Grand Mercure Urumqi Hualing

No. 109 Xihong East Road, Shuimogou District, Urumchi, China

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  • Daily passenger flights in China rebound to 80% of pre-COVID levels2020-07-27

    Daily passenger flights in China rebound to 80% of pre-COVID levelsThe number of daily passenger flights in China has rebounded to 80 percent of pre-coronavirus levels, China's aviation regulator said on Friday, as the aviation industry recovers from the plunge in travel demand caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. On July 23, Chinese airlines operated 13,059 pa...
  • Trip.com targets rise in travelling by rail with Eurostar debut campaign2020-07-24

    Ctrip-owned OTA Trip.com has launched sales of Eurostar tickets on its website. The retailer is marking the launch with a summer sale offering holidaymakers discounts on journeys across the English Channel. In addition to a 5% discount on Eurostar services to Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam, Trip.com is also offering 4% off UK rail tickets with no booking fe...
  • Hotel giant Huazhu Group announces changes in the board room2020-07-24

    Chinese hotel chain Huazhu Group just announced the changes in the company's board room: Senior tax expert Ms. Lei Cao and Singaporean advocate and solicitor Mr. Theng Fong Hee were newly appointed as directors of Huazhu’s board of directors, while Ms. Xiaofan Wang, CFO of Trip.com Group, will no longer serve as a director of the Board and will serve as a...
  • Chinese carriers increase scheduled international flights for July2020-06-27

    As the spread of Covid-19 comes under control in China, the demand for domestic flights has been growing, while international flights are still being operated at a low level albeit there will be a small increase month on month. Though China has eased quarantine requirements, it will still take some time before airlines resume international flights in a larg...
  • Chinese tourists in Australia: Multi-billion dollar tourism goldmine dries up2020-06-15

    At a time when there seems to be enough hot air invective eminating between Australia and China to hoist one of his balloons aloft, Kiff Saunders' optimism about the return of Chinese tourists is impressive. Twenty years since Australia reveled in the prestige of being among the first Western nations to receive "Approved Destination Status" from the Chinese...
  • Airbnb China CEO sees domestic travel recovery2020-06-14

    Airbnb has shed light on the Chinese market as the company's China CEO said the country has seen a steady recovery in domestic travel over the past few months. According to data compiled by Airbnb China, 72 out of the top 100 cities with the most nights booked monthly by travelers saw more than 100% month-on-month growth in May....
  • Lionsgate's groundbreaking vertical theme park set for China re-opening2020-06-08

    Lionsgate announced a June 24 re-opening of its critically-acclaimed world's first "vertical" theme park in Novotown on China's Henqin Island near Hong Kong and Macau. The park features one-of-a-kind immersive attractions based on such motion picture blockbusters as The Hunger Games, The Twilight Saga, Now You See Me and more. The date coincides with China'...
  • Singapore records only 18 Chinese visitors in May2020-06-07

    The number of visitors to Singapore plummeted to a historic low of 748 in April, the first full month since a ban on short-term visitors was put in place. There were only 18 visitors from China, Singapore's traditional top source market. About 2.7 million tourists arrived here from January to April, a 58% decrease compared with the same period last year....
  • China domestic tourism gets fresh impetus2020-06-06

    Endless theme park queues and sold-out ticket booths never looked better as China's "cooped-up" consumers are stepping out again after the COVID-19 outbreak has been largely brought under control domestically. Hotel bookings have returned to about 50 percent of normal levels, while airlines have generally resumed operations at more than half of their capaci...
  • Singapore, China eye mutual restart to business travel2020-06-01

    Authorities in Singapore and China hope from early this month to enable “essential travel” for business and official purposes between the two countries, Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a Friday press statement. The ministry referred to the idea as a “fast lane” arrangement, which would be nonetheless subject to “effective Covid-19 prev...

Grand Mercure Urumqi Hualing

No. 109 Xihong East Road, Shuimogou District, Urumchi, China