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Korea expects full tourism recovery from MERS impact by August
Korea’s tourism industry is emerging from the unexpected blow of MERS and anticipates a full recovery by August this year.
Higher inbound tourism growth for China in first half of 2015
CTA predicts arrivals of 133 million for this year, up 4%, with total inbound tourism revenue of US$58.3 billion, up 2.8% in the second half of the year.
Chinese carriers more than double US-bound flight capacity in five years
Chinese arrivals to the US jumped 50% in the first half of this year spurred by the new visa rule, and 70% more visas are expected to be issued this year.
New York City the top US destination for Chinese visitors
NYC has become the top US travel destination for Chinese travelers – four out of every 10 Chinese visitors to the USA visited New York City in 2014.
Shanghai Disney Resort casts shadow over Hong Kong Disneyland
Shanghai Disneyland, to open next spring, will put further pressure on Hong Kong's already struggling tourism industry while pushing up Shanghai's revenues.
Australia to test 48-hour express visa service for Chinese
Australian will launch a 48-hour express visa application service for AUD$1,000 on a trial basis in 2016 and Chinese language service will also be provided.
Korea woos Asian visitors with visa fee waiver to counter MERS effect
Korea is waiving visa fees for visitors from China and other Southeast Asian countries following the plunge in its tourism arrivals due to MERS.
Korean MERS crisis creates unexpected bonanza for Thailand and Japan tourism
Chinese tourists scared off by MERS are cancelling Korean trips in favour of Thailand and Japan.
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