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Blockchain-based travel platform Trip.io secures hundreds of million funding
Tripio plans to restructure hotel booking protocol using blockchain technology, so as to solve problems of high commission, intensive operation, false reviews and inaccurate updates on room status.
Qunar further stonewalled by major airlines in China
China Southern Airlines removed all its contents from both the website and the app of Qunar on March 14. The move came after Air China, Hainan Airlines and subordinated Fuzhou Airline and Capital Airlines barred their ticketing agents from selling tickets on Qunar.
ChinaTravelNews Briefing: Alibaba, Ctrip, statistics & forecasts, acquisitions & investments
Alibaba’s Fliggy, Ctrip, Tongcheng-eLong and TravelFlan had new moves in the market, tourism statistics provided an update on China’s tourism performance, and acquisitions & investments had been made.
Qunar accommodation revenues grows by 324.1% in 2015
Qunar reports an increase of 84.7% year-on-year in flight and flight related revenues and a 423.6% growth in accommodation revenues for the fourth quarter of 2015.
Mobile device IDs – laying a strong foundation for precision advertising
Cookies-based approach to tracking behavior of travelers isn’t enough as one might not be offering accurate message/ ads. On the other hand, mobile device IDs offer more dependable data.
ChinaTravelNews annual roundup: Major events of year 2017
In 2017, the World Tourism Alliance was set up, ITB debuted in Shanghai, China banned tours to S. Korea, Priceline invested in Meituan to compete with Ctrip, and local home-sharing is on the rise while Airbnb is slow to localize...
Chinese OTA Qunar to launch airline
Shenzhen-based Shenhui Airlines plans to launch in 2017
Chinese airlines target Ctrip and Qunar by cutting agency fees
Air China and other major Chinese carriers will no longer pay agencies commissions on international tickets, escalating a row over fees with China's largest online agency Ctrip.com International.
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