Traditional websites are becoming a thing of the past in China as mobile, social, and peer-to-peer networks dominate the digital ecosystem.
The sheer size and the potential of the Chinese outbound travel category are luring companies from all over to be a part of the second edition of the ITB China travel trade show.
Totally booked – exhibition space increased by 50 percent – more than 700 exhibitors from 80 countries – around 800 hand-picked buyers – 120 industry speakers at ITB China Conference.
High-speed trains and planes, highly competitive for travel distances between 300-1000 kilometers, will be integrated to offer seamless travel convenience.
Trip.com will use Amadeus Master Pricer Instant Search to deliver the speed, accuracy and booking availability customers want in a world where every second counts.
Christchurch Airport’s partnership with Alibaba has seen over 3,000 business interested in becoming Alipay merchants. The project will see the Airport, through its ‘South’ brand, launch stores on Fliggy and Tmall.
Booking Holdings CEO says they have a single-digit market share in the very large global accommodations market and an even lower market share in the total travel market.
The rise of rentals, aging of facilities and competition from mid- to high-end hotels and bed-and-breakfast facilities also posed a challenge to budget hotels.
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