Consumers like to buy travel in different forms, and the value of B2B distribution remains unchanged.
Marriott has a "different, unique, and advantageous approach" to the China market as the country undergoes an economic recovery.
While domestic travel has bounced back to pre-pandemic levels, international tourism has yet to catch up.
In August, Chinese group tours to the Republic were allowed for the first time in almost six and a half years.
84% of Chinese consumers prefer mobile payments because of the transparency and favorable exchange rates are key for 60% of respondents.
It remains to be seen how this decision by HK Express will impact the city's strength as an aviation hub, especially with the growing threat posed by Shenzhen airport.
Ms. Afra Wang, Unififi Group’s Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer, shared valuable insights into the dynamics of B2B travel.
Nearly 1.48 million entry-exit trips were made per day during the holiday.
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