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Asia to see 1,560 cruise sailings in 2016
Norwegian Joy built for China will debut next summer and Carnival Spirit will be the first Carnival Cruise Liner to sail out of China in 2018.
Travelport unfazed by limited penetration in China, hopeful of bright future
Travelport is confident of delivering sustainable growth in the coming years, but it is still waiting for the regulatory environment to open up in China.
Cruise giants bet on China's tourism market
Royal Caribbean and its rivals have all upped its bet on China in recent years, resulting in a more than 100% capacity increase in Shanghai this year.
What the Brexit vote means for the global tourism industry
Outcome of the Brexit vote probably won’t be felt in the global tourism industry until at least two years from now.
Webjet buys NZ rival Online Republic for $59 million
Australian OTA Webjet has bought New Zealand’s Online Republic, whose brands include the world’s largest online motorhome rental site, for NZ$85 million.
Carnival to double its China market cruise lines in 2017
Carnival Corp will bring its Carnival and Aida lines to China in 2017, doubling the number of brands it offers in one of the world’s fastest-growing tourism markets.
Dream Cruises' luxury evolution to China
Building on the success brought by Star Cruises, last year, Genting Hong Kong finalized the acquisition of Crystal Cruises, “The World's Most Awarded Luxury Cruise Line”.
HKTB new funding for Hong Kong cruise tourism
The Hong Kong Tourism Board released strong cruise figures in 2015 and announced a new funding for cruise lines to develop a fly-cruise program to Hong Kong.
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