On September 28, the car rental business unit of China's leading travel booking platform, Trip.com, and Tencent's travel services platform reached a new cooperation agreement, providing one-stop online car rentals and bookings for users of Tencent's travel services in China.
On July 27, Chinese travel services platform Trip.com released its "LESS-Carbon Neutral Plan," pledging to gradually achieve carbon neutrality in its own operations, and to jointly launch at least 10,000 low-carbon travel products with its ecological partners.
Chinese web users found on Monday that James Liang, the co-founder, former CEO and executive chairman of Trip.com Group Ltd., has been suspended on popular domestic social media site Weibo.
Trip.com, a leading online travel services agency based in China, on Tuesday released data for its one-week hybrid work program.
Trip.com Group, an online travel company, announced Monday that it would implement a hybrid work model throughout the company.
International online travel services platform Trip.com on Monday released a report regarding domestic Chinese tourism during the recent Spring Festival holiday period.
Trip.com, an online ticketing service provider, released its travel data report for the 2022 New Year's Day holiday on Monday.
Chinese travel services platform Trip.com Group released its unaudited financial report for the third quarter of 2021 on Thursday.
At a summit today, Trip.com Group's Chairman and Co-founder James Liang outlined how he views the progression of international travel recovery.
On Friday, one-stop travel service provider Trip.com Group announced its unaudited financial results for the second quarter of 2021. During the period, the firm reported net revenues of 5.9 billion yuan ($912 million).
Chinese online travel agency Trip.com Group on Monday launched its own “hybrid” working test, consisting of a mix of remote and in-office work, and will involve two control groups and several hundred employees.
Shares of Chinese online travel company Trip.com Group climbed on the first day of trading in Hong Kong on Monday as the country looks forward to a strong recovery in travel during the upcoming Labor Day holiday.
Chinese travel company Trip.com Group has passed the hearing for its secondary offering on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, according to a draft prospectus filed to the bourse late Tuesday.
Trip.com’s application for the transfer of 100% equity of Shanghai Oriental Huirong Information Technology Service Co., Ltd. was officially approved by the People’s Bank of China on Monday.
On March 19, Shanghai-based leading travel company Trip.com reported fourth quarter total revenue of $1.19 billion, beating analysts’ estimates.
On February 18, Chinese travel service provider Ttrip.com renewed its special cancellation policy for all the travel products on the platform.