Almost 80% of Chinese tourists coming to Japan buy cosmetics products, these consumers are stimulated by the airport retail offering.
Engineering projects will be finished in July 2019, and the test operation will start three months later.
Sharing Economy International, a Chinese textile machinery maker with blockchain ambitions, said it’s pursuing the acquisition of a boutique hotel from Hong Kong property billionaire.
6.5 million Vietnamese people toured overseas in 2016, up 15 percent compared to 2015, and spent USD 7-8 billion there with their favorite destination being China.
Marriott International announced an "eight-point rectification plan" on Wednesday in an attempt to prevent such mistakes from happening again.
China’s Meituan-Dianping is set to invest in Go-Jek, the Indonesia-based rival to Grab and Uber, a source with knowledge of discussions told TechCrunch.
Ant Financial has taken a 20 percent stake in OpenRice, Hong Kong's most popular online restaurant database and review service.
Total visitor arrivals to Macau topped 32.6 million in 2017, up 5.4 percent from the year before, according to preliminary figures.
MagicStay says it already provides 150,000 apartments in 90 countries since its inception four years ago.
This certainly won’t be the first or last acquisition we can expect to see in the hospitality industry.
The top 5 carriers comprise of Allegiant Air, EasyJet, Delta, Ryanair and GOL.
The new structure covers the functions of commercial strategy, strategic partnerships, global business services, product management, retail travel agencies, wholesale and sourcing.
Disruption of rate parity with innovative technologies seems to be a new threat, but it can also bring hotel companies new mindset for revenue management.
The reduction of early-stage deals probably indicates an overall maturing of the travel tech startup and squeezing out potential competitors.
Sydney travel booking system provider company Booking Boss was sold in mid-2017 to Singapore travel technology company Helix Leisure.
Freebird has gained a foothold in the corporate market by signing on publicly traded and Fortune 500 companies at a rate of about a dozen per quarter.
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