China Travel News
The civil aviation authority warned the air transport industry is developing "too fast," and is confronted with "huge pressure to ensure safety."
Source: China Daily
China and Japan will launch regular charter flights for passengers between Shanghai´s Hongqiao Airport and Tokyo´s Haneda Airport beginning Sept. 29.
Source: Xinhua News
From September 1, Air China is adding four additional routes to its upgraded premium-cabin services.
Source: Discover China Tours
Xi´an, a popular tourist destination in Shaanxi Province, is planning to set up three tourism offices in Japan to attract more foreign visitors, Zhou Aiquan, director of the Xi´an Tourism Administration, told China.org.cn in an exclusive interview on August 30.
Source: China.org.cn
Mount Qomolangma, the world´s tallest peak, received 25,000 visitors in the first six months of this year, said tourism authorities in southwest China´s Tibet Autonomous Region.
Source: Xinhua News
Foreign airline companies in China, such as American Airlines, Air Canada, and Singapore Airlines have recently added extra fees of as much as RMB2000 to the price of printed tickets in order to encourage the use of electronic tickets.



Source: chinahospitalitynews
If so, U.S. Web travel firms like Barry Diller??s Expedia (NASDAQ:EXPE) EXPE that are hot to enter the Chinese market better watch out.

Source: money.cnn.com
Geneva - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) today announced it has placed its final order for paper tickets.
Source: http://www.iata.org
Dozens of photographers click their shutters as 100 boats set sail on Taihu Lake off a fishing village in Jiangsu Province, at the weekend
Source: ZJ online
Wyndham Hotel Group,today announced that Aetos Capital, LP has committed to invest up to $50 million in Tian Rui Hotel Corporation.
Source: IBD
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