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Hilton Worldwide Opens First Hotel In Hunan01/12/2016

Hilton Hotels & Resorts recently announced the opening of Hilton Zhuzhou, Hilton Worldwide's first hotel in Hunan Province. The opening marks the 32nd Hilton branded hotel in China. Hilton Worldwide has 180 hotels in the pipeline for China and currently operates more than 60 hotels across the country, including Hilton branded properties in key cities including Sha ...Read More

Air China to Buy Six Boeing Aircraft01/12/2016

Air China recently announced that it will purchase six wide-body, long-range aircraft from Boeing. The 777-300ER planes have a range of 8,700 miles and can each carry nearly 400 passengers. Air China currently operates 174 Boeing planes, including the next-generation 737s, 747-8 intercontinental and 777-300ERs. The airline is looking to expand its international networ ...Read More

Shanghai Airport Building World’s Largest Terminals01/11/2016

Construction of the world's largest passenger terminals has begun at Shanghai Pudong International Airport, with completion set for 2019. The new facilities represent a milestone in Shanghai's quest to become a world-class air transportation hub. The two new passenger terminals will boost airport capacity to 80 million passengers annually, up from 60 million in 2015. ...Read More

China Southern to Launch Guangzhou-Toronto Flight + Virgin America Codeshare01/11/2016

China Southern Airlines recently announced new service from Guangzhou to Toronto. Upon regulatory approval, the new daily flight will commence in July 2016. China Southern will operate the trans-Pacific route using a 309-seat, four-class Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. Toronto will become China Southern’s second destination in Canada and its fifth in North America, follo ...Read More

CNTO and Partners Participate at New York Times Travel Show01/10/2016

The annual New York Times Travel Show took place January 8-10, 2016, with more than 28,000 travelers and industry professionals and 15,000+ consumer attendees visiting New York’s Javits Center for the events. The China National Tourist Board was one of the 500+ exhibitors at the show. Henan Tourism Board held Taiji martial arts performances at the Asia stage. In add ...Read More

China- U.S. Tourism Year Promotion Starts in New York01/04/2016

Last week’s New Year’s Eve festivities in Times Square in New York were as spectacular as ever. But this year’s celebration was even more special as it signaled the start of the China-U.S. Tourism Year. Chinese Ambassador to the U.S., Cui Tiankai said the event would strengthen the China-US ties. “The China-U.S. tourism year will play a positive role in dee ...Read More

New High-speed Rail in Hainan01/03/2016

The western section of a new high-speed railway opened on Wednesday in Hainan province, completing the world’s first such railway to circle an island. The 653-kilometer (405-mile) rail belt connects Haikou on the north to Sanya on the south, with trains running along both the east and west sides of the island at projected speeds up to 200 kilometers (125 miles) p ...Read More

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