Ctrip, a leading Asian online travel agency described as the second largest in the world, renewed its annual strategic cooperation agreement with Tourism New Zealand.
Ctrip’s 2018 Spring Festival Travel Forecast Report has revealed that the number of China’s outbound travellers during the Chinese New Year is expected to reach 6.5 million.
Top Speakers from major travel companies, such as Ctrip, Google, Expedia Affiliate Network, VisitFinland, Wyndham Hotels, Tencent, Meituan and China Tourism Academy will provide insights into their expanding markets during the second edition of ITB China in May 16 – 18.
Ctrip announced that Ctrip Gourmet List has formed a partnership with OpenTable, allowing Ctrip mobile app users to book tens of thousands of restaurants across North America.
On November 28, Ctrip and the Hungarian Tourism Agency signed an agreement, said to be a milestone in both the development of tourism and trade between China and Hungary and the long-term cooperation between China and the Central and Eastern Europe Countries (CEEC).
Ctrip has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Big Bus Tours. Both companies will work together in areas of innovative marketing and product diversification to ensure that customers are able to have more access to tour options and in-destination transportation services.
Tourism Western Australia signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Shanghai-based Ctrip, an online retail travel company.
Meliá Hotels International is continuing on its growth with the recently inaugurated Meliá Shanghai Hongqiao, a five-star hotel targeting the bleisure segment in China, with 187 rooms as well as meeting, dining and wellness facilities.