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Chinese Outbound Travel News

Outbound tourism from China has been a major force in the global tourism industry before the pandemic. In 2019, Chinese travelers made 155 million trips abroad and spent almost $255 billion, amounting to 14% of global tourism revenue. The number of total outbound trips from China is expected to surpass 200 million in 2023 and 365 million by 2030. This would mean a significant recovery and growth for the global tourism industry. Follow news about this below.

Daily Lodging Report

Nomura Predicts Chinese Tourism Level for 2024

Nomura reports that China's outbound tourism faces significant recovery challenges through 2024-2025, due to eased supply constraints but hampered by economic issues and reduced consumer demand, with a forecasted recovery to 73% of 2019's travel levels by year-end.

Tourism

China’s Great Reopening: Take 2

Remember the grand announcement of the “Chinese are coming” extravaganza in 2023? Turns out it was more of a slow dance than a stampede. Will 2024 finally be the year for the potential great return of the Chinese tourist?

China’s Great Reopening: Take 2

Tourism

Analyzing China’s Travel Reopening, Exactly A Year In

What's the state of Chinese tourism? It is one of the biggest questions facing the travel industry and we are looking for answers on the one-year anniversary of China's reopening.

Analyzing China’s Travel Reopening, Exactly A Year In

Hotels

Dubai’s Luxury Hoteliers Aim for Global Expansion

Today's podcast looks at Dubai's luxury promise, China's pent-up travel demand, and weaker tourism spending in the U.S.

Dubai’s Luxury Hoteliers Aim for Global Expansion

Online Travel

Trip.com: Easy Visa Rules Would Lift Chinese Travel

The Chinese travelers have changed and destinations that want them to visit, need to pay attention to what they want and how they can cater to them.

Trip.com: Easy Visa Rules Would Lift Chinese Travel

Airlines

China and U.S. Discuss Further Increase of Flights Between the Two Countries

Another increase in flights between the U.S. and China would be a major boon for both countries' travel industries, especially since neither of them have yet to make a full recovery from the pandemic.

China and U.S. Discuss Further Increase of Flights Between the Two Countries

Online Travel

Chinese Travel Rebound Pushes Trip.com Group’s Revenue to Exceed 2019 Levels

Trip.com has reported a solid third quarter and sees no signs of a slowdown any time soon. But not keen to put all its eggs in one basket (China), the online travel company has also sets its sights on global expansion.

Chinese Travel Rebound Pushes Trip.com Group’s Revenue to Exceed 2019 Levels

News Blog

Thailand’s ‘Meaningful Relationship’ Campaign Romanticizes Tourism

The Tourism Authority of Thailand unveiled a new marketing campaign "Meaningful Relationship" at the World Travel Market event in London on Monday. The heart of the campaign is to encourage tourists to create more than just travel memories, it's about fostering connections with the people, communities, nature and Thailand itself. In tune with evolving travel…

Tourism

U.S. Travel CEOs: Tourism Faces Growth Bottlenecks—Full Video

From long visa wait times to an air traffic control staffing shortage to declining airports, the U.S. has some serious long-term problems if it wants to compete effectively.

U.S. Travel CEOs: Tourism Faces Growth Bottlenecks—Full Video

Online Travel

Here’s Why China’s Fliggy Thinks the Travel Recovery Is Just Getting Started

As the Chinese travel market embraces personalization, technology integration, and enhanced experiences, the industry needs to adjust to this ever-changing landscape.

Here’s Why China’s Fliggy Thinks the Travel Recovery Is Just Getting Started