Mobike launched in Washington DC today, marking the Chinese bike-sharing app’s first North American location.
In January-August, the passenger volume of domestic air routes rose 13.5% to 326 million and the number of passengers carried by international air routes by 5.0% to 36.922 million, according to CAAC.
Leading online travel agent Ctrip is taking its first global flight to the Scottish city of Edinburgh.
China is to lift a ban on the use of portable electronic devices on planes and allow airlines to make their own rules, the industry regulator said yesterday.
China’s Cindat Capital Management is joining an acquisition of QHotels Group valuing the U.K. hospitality company at more than 500 million pounds ($660 million), people with knowledge of the matter said.
Spanish soccer club Real Madrid recently announced it would open an interactive "virtual reality" complex in Hengqin, an island dubbed by some as China’s answer to Florida's Orlando.
Australia's tourism industry could be hit by new Chinese government restrictions on companies investing overseas, the Turnbull government fears.
China's Alipay and Thailand's Kasikorn Bank said on Saturday that they would enhance their cooperation in promoting QR code payment in Thailand.
The latest Ancillary Revenue Yearbook by IdeaWorks and CarTrawler reveals that the top ten airlines has leapt to more than $28 billion, compared with only $2.1 billion in 2007.
Wego has picked up more funding from another Middle East venture firm after raising $12 million from MBC last month. The company looks to expand its metasearch model across the region.
Skift estimated Google’s travel business could be worth $100 billion, contributing about 15% to Google’s $650 billion market cap; Google travel revenue in 2016 was expected to be $11.2 billion.
Google shows the price comparison of packaged trips and individual components on a single screen with the offers of tour operators, hotels and airlines integrated.
Over 70 airlines worldwide offer this service in most regions globally. JetBlue CIO said its FlyFi inflight connectivity product has proven extremely popular, boosting the airline’s Net Promoter Score.
Expedia will deliver bookings for city and domestic hotels through Thomas Cook’s primary websites, contact centres, stores and distribution to affiliated travel agents.
Evature provides text-based, or semantic, travel search technology and its signature product is Eva that conducts natural language interactions with customers on behalf of travel companies.
Airbnb steadily pulled in almost 20% of business and leisure travelers from accommodations. What does its Experiences mean for tour providers?
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