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·Plan for Festival Passenger Flows
· Additional Trains for Festival Travel
·Airbus, Boeing Each Score Big with China Deals
·Visiting number control in places of interests in Beijing
· Canadian travel company sets up regional base in HK
·Tourists misinformed about tsunami situation
· Beijing, Madrid to Strengthen Tourism Cooperation
· China to Transport 1.97 Billion People in Spring Festival
·Car Rental Heats Up for Festival Travel
· First Taxi Station Opens in Beijing
· Guangzhou Terminals Set for Holiday Travelers
·Southern Airlines Order 555 Airbus Aircrafts
·Air Canada opens non-stop flights between Beijing, Toronto
·Fight is on for corporate travellers
· French mayors invite more Chinese tourists
·Los Angeles to develop cultural tourism
·Beijing prepares for Spring Festival passenger rush
·Hong Kong crows about arrivals and new year parade
·Shanghai Hosts Travel Exhibition
·Shanghai, Shenzhen help tourists
· China makes great breakthrough in tourism
·Eastern Xiamen has record passenger flow
· S. Africa expects more foreign tourists in coming years
· Foreign tourists in China hit record high
·Airline companies showcase to attract Taiwan businessmen
·Hainan replacing South-east Asia in Golden Week
·Malaysia to attract more Chinese tourists: Minister
·Korean Air increases fleet
·Beijing Restaurants Sell out Seats for Festival Feast
·Shenzhen Opens New Flight to Malaysia
· Record number of tourists flocking to Beijing from overseas
· Rail travel made easier for Lunar New Year in Shanghai
·Japan opens travel visa to all Chinese for upcoming exposition
·New Year visitors to HK expected up 7.1%
·Shanghai to host travel exhibition
· Shenzhen to give tourists songs to remember
· More air rights between Indonesia and China
·Ascott to move into Guangzhou
·Beijing Gets New City Planning
· Direct Flight Available Between Shanghai and Venice
·Macaos hotel capacity to double in 3-5 years
·Railways speeding up delayed
·Guangdong ready for travel peak
·US, India start negotiations on Open Skies agreement
·Famous scenic city attracts increasing tourists
·Shenyang Intl ice, snow festival opens
· Shanghai Ready for Peak Traffic Season
·Another 24 Parks in Shanghai Open Free
·Price of Thailand Tour Down to US$240 in South China
·Abroad Destinations for Chinese Tourists Reach 90
·Chinese plan overseas holiday trips
· Travel market heated up for Spring Festival
·US Relaxes Visa Requirements for Biz, Tourism
·Tanzania to take part in Beijing tourism exhibition
·Tanzania expects 607,000 tourists in 2005
· Tourism in rest of Indonesia goes on
·Cambodia achieves one million target at last
·Enjoy Spring Festival in Imperial Style
· Beijing Tackles Sudden Snow in New Year
·Foreign tourists rush to Vietnam after tsunamis
·Beijing Subway Carried 600m Passengers 2004
· Meeting to be held on recovery of South Asias tourism industry
·Ice, snow festival opens in NE China
·Five hundred Chinese tourists to spend Spring Festival in Egypt
·Some 3,000 HK people march to welcome new year
·New projects for 2005 spring festival transport
·Frequent Fliers of Air China Surpass Two Million
· Northern Mariana Islands Become Destination for Chinese Tourists
·Busy Metro Traffic in Holidays
·Tourism industry sees strong recovery after SARS
·HK sees abundant cultural activities in 2004
· Shanghai subways transport record passengers in 2004
·Asian countries said safe places still open to tourists
·Guangzhou new railway station starts construction
·New Rail Lines Cut Travel Time to Wuhan from Shanghai
·More Hotels Needed as Tourism Grows
·Joint venture travel agency established to cater to individual needs
·Zhejiang province reports record high tourism income in 2004
·Foreign tourists to China jump by 20%
·Nepals tourist arrivals increase in 2004
·Easier Travel Permits for HK and Macao
·Shenzhen Metro Ready for Operation
·China Southern Airlines Cracks 40 Million Passenger Mark
·Historic Chapel Open to Tourists for Christmas
· Nanjing Introduces First Gourmet Map
·Snow Carnival to Burn Up Winter in Shenyang
·The prices of overseas tours during Spring Festival rocket
· Myanmar re-building ancient palace in Bagan
· HK tourist agency cancels tours to Phuket of Thailand
·Ministry vows to improve transport ability
·China to complete largest database of spoken Chinese
·AirAsia orders new aircraft
· Jinan Safeguards Spring City
· Golden Weeks Confirmed for the Coming Year
·Long-haul Bus Fares to Rise During Festa in Guangdong
·Boeing Close to New Order with China Eastern
·Shanghai to Change Foreigner Visa Alteration Process
· Heavy Snow Falls Across China
·Myanmar to host ASEAN tourism forum in 2006
·Chinas young generation cares about world cultural heritage protection
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