Big data, new tools and the digital co-ops all enable unprecedented levels of collaboration between DMOs and stakeholders.
The company estimated an additional USD 1.2 billion impact on the Disney Parks, Experiences and Products segment operating income compared to the prior-year quarter.
Highlights will include 5G smart homes presented by mobile carriers, discounted travel services from Trip.com, an online reading festival hosted by China Reading, and a cross-border payment service courtesy of Huifu.
The 2021 priority is to prepare for the coming travel rebound.
The company intends to focus on growing by working with multi-property managers in the U.S. because that tack is an efficient and effective means of expanding its supply.
China has nearly 3,000 theme parks so far, and about 400 are large-scaled ones.
Chuangfei will train pilots for a Chinese domestic airline invested by Tongcheng-Elong.
Trip.com Group expects a surge in demand for outbound travel from China once COVID-19 restrictions ease, but in the meantime is focusing on “personalized” packages for domestic tourism.
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