Alibaba hopes to cater to internet-savvy young Chinese travelers with a flying pig.
Alitrip unveiled three tiers of products – well-known scenic spots, travel products by individual trip planners, and trips created by the Alitrip platform.
On Monday, Mainland China’s first Disneyland started to sell tickets for its first batch of guests in June.
Emerging players in all niche markets of online travel, hotel and tour package booking are posing a threat to Chinese OTA giants like Ctrip and Qunar.
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Our highlights of the day: Search engine Sogou predicts net profit of USD 100M， Lenovo releases releases YOGA Pro 4 and Tencent may invest in popular millenial video site.
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Our highlights of the day: Foxconn invests USD 4 billion to make more iPhone screens, State Council cracks down on kockoffs, Alitrip rides with Softbank to go global.
It’s reported that an earlier deal attempted back in May between Ctrip and Qunar fell through mostly because Ctrip and Qunar disagreed over the future of Zhuang and the Ctrip team. Are they are agreeable more and how their cooperation will go?