Articles tagged “shanghai”

Business Travel

Trip.com Sees Biggest Business Travel Growth in China’s Second Cities

As for future business travel hotspots in China, plenty of gems come up in a new report published this week by Trip.Biz, the corporate travel division of Trip.com. It offers agencies real insight into the minds of business travelers, as well as opportunities to grow in a country that's ready to rebound after strict lockdowns.

Trip.com Sees Biggest Business Travel Growth in China’s Second Cities

Airlines

China’s Cash Support to Airlines Comes With Conditions

As Chinese airlines brace for another year in the red following the country's zero-Covid policy, the government will be doling out cash support to carriers for two months. However, airlines will have to be eligible for the subsidy.

China’s Cash Support to Airlines Comes With Conditions

Coronavirus

Shanghai to Gradually Increase Domestic Flight Services

As Covid-battered Shanghai plans for a return to normal life, airlines, bus and rail transit will gradually resume operations. However, travelers would still need a negative Covid test not older than 48 hours to take public transport.

Shanghai to Gradually Increase Domestic Flight Services

Hotels

FILA, Toy Story, and Hello Kitty Latest to Jump on Hotel Branding Trend

To lose connection with your customer is to lose meaning in your message. After a time of social-distancing, brands are coming up with ways that bring them closer to their consumers than ever before.

FILA, Toy Story, and Hello Kitty Latest to Jump on Hotel Branding Trend

Airlines

Chinese Airlines Still in Covid’s Grip Report Wider 2021 Losses

Chinese airlines are walking a tricky tightrope with their efforts to knock out the Omicron variant. The consequences are brutal, and amid a plane crashe, inflated fuel prices due to the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, and Covid-positive Chinese citizens flying internationally, they fear there will be more to come.

Chinese Airlines Still in Covid’s Grip Report Wider 2021 Losses

Coronavirus

U.S. Will Limit Some Chinese Carriers to 40 Percent Capacity After United Curb

There will be echoes of similar retaliations between these two countries from 2020, but at least this time planes are flying.

U.S. Will Limit Some Chinese Carriers to 40 Percent Capacity After United Curb

Airlines

Beijing Reimposes Travel Restrictions as Shanghai Demands Quarantines

This potential second wave couldn't have come at a worse time, as U.S. carriers prepare to restart flights to China and Shanghai looks forward to hosting Formula One races this season.

Beijing Reimposes Travel Restrictions as Shanghai Demands Quarantines

Airlines

Chinese Anti-Corruption Campaign Is Targeting Airlines and Airports

If Xi's anti-corruption campaign continues, it could have a chilling effect on new entrants in China and probably already has.

Chinese Anti-Corruption Campaign Is Targeting Airlines and Airports

Tourism

Shanghai Disney Is Company’s First to Break Even After One Year

Who says China is a tough market? Disney is doing very well there although it has done so through a joint venture with a partner that knows the turf.

Shanghai Disney Is Company’s First to Break Even After One Year

Tourism

There’s Another Wanda Resort in China to Challenge Shanghai Disney

Wanda will easily be more successful in opening multiple parks across China, but Disney's theme park play has never been about saturation, it's been about creating destinations.

There’s Another Wanda Resort in China to Challenge Shanghai Disney