Trip.com data show that the searching number of air tickets by Chinese mainland users from China to Europe has surged nearly four times recently.
In line with COVID-19 prevention and control measures, and to protect the safety of fellow delegates and partners, the annual event has been rescheduled to take place on November 9-11.
China's leading hotel information systems player partners with Amadeus Travel Platform to deliver new market content to travel agents globally.
Application deadline is October 22 while pitches and awards ceremony will be held at ITB China on November 25.
The company aims to expand its operations to more than 50 countries in the next 3 years.
The most trusted sources of travel-related information that travelers use when researching a trip are those perceived to have aligned interests: friends and family (67%) and review websites (50%).
In line with strong domestic travel recovery seen in China, Hainan as a popular destination served as the perfect location to demonstrate the support Trip.com Group offers destination partners.
The concurrent ITB China Conference will be organized by China’s leading travel trade media and travel conference organizer TravelDaily featuring a strong program of keynotes and panel discussions.
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