A memorandum on the further development of industrial cooperation was signed in Beijing by He Lifeng, chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission of China, and Guillaume Faury, Airbus chief executive.
Costa Cruises and Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri have celebrated the official float-out ceremony of Costa Firenze. The ship is the second for the brand designed and built specifically for the Chinese market.
Gatwick has been unveiled as the European airport with the fastest growing number of passenger seats to Shanghai, China. This exciting new growth is thanks to a brand-new Air China service which flies directly to the city.
The Chinese province has closed as many as 32 glass attractions over safety fears. The tourism sites, including bridges, walkways and viewing decks, are currently undergoing safety inspections.
The Philippines’ largest carrier, Cebu Pacific, has continued to expand its reach into China with the commencement of two direct commercial services.
British Airways has made its first flight into the new state-of-the-art Beijing Daxing International Airport. The flag-carrier thus becomes the first international airline to do so since the airport was officially opened last month.
Royal Caribbean has announced the homeport and name of its fifth Oasis Class ship. The next ship to join the leading cruise line’s innovative line-up will be named Wonder of the Seas and will set sail from Shanghai, China.
Aviation authorities in China have welcomed the opening of the new Daxing International airport in Beijing. Conceived by late British architect, Zaha Hadid, the £50 billion project was officially opened in a ceremony attended by the Chinese leader, Xi Jinping.