Ctrip, China’s largest online travel agency, posted strong financial results for the first quarter of 2018.Read More
Ctrip.com China's largest travel service provider has seen their net revenue increase 45% year on year according to their second quarter results.Read More
Majority cash deal for Edinburgh-based travel site is first US$1bn overseas deal by Chinese online travel company.Read More
Tuniu Corp has started selling air tickets and hotel rooms directly online, making it a direct rival of market leader Ctrip in the 400 billion yuan (US$60 billion) Chinese online tourism market.Read More
Qunar, the fastest-growing online and mobile travel services provider in China, expects to round out its network of direct hotel partners by the end of this year and move a step closer to profitability in 2016. “There is significant room for us to increase our [market] share as the vast majority of the hotels [in mainland China] only became our direct partner in the last few quarters,” Qunar co-founder and chief executive Zhuang Chenchao said in a conference call with analysts on Tuesday. Beijing-based Qunar, which is controlled by ChineseRead More
Something to file for future reference – Chinese outbound tourists will have the chance to not just book it, they can Thomas Cook it. Read More
CTrip is making strong progress in the industry, and is consolidating its position as the market leader in China’s online travel agency (OTA) industry.Read More