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Record Travel Figures At Chinese New Year

04 Feb, 2009
 

Chinese New YearThe China National Tourism Administration and the National Bureau of Statistics of China have jointly released statistics on the performance of China's travel market during the recent Spring Festival holiday.

The Golden Week tourism report released by the two departments shows that China hosted a total of 109 million tourists during the seven-day Spring Festival holiday: an increase of 24.7% over the same period of last year. The country's tourism income for the period increased by more than 23% and reached a total of CNY50.93 billion. Of the CNY50.93 billion income from tourism, CNY3.8 billion was contributed by the civil aviation industry and CNY2.26 billion by the railway sector. According to the report, 39 key tourism cities achieved a total income of CNY21.88 billion during the period, and the rest of the cities and scenic spots earned CNY22.99 billion.

An official from CNTA said that as the first golden week holiday in 2009, this year's Spring festival travel market had four characteristics: a large increase in tourist numbers and tourism income; a general increase in domestic travel; a stable increase in outbound travel; and traveling is becoming an important way of spending the Spring Festival holiday.

During the holiday two outbound travel related accidents were reported, with three people injured during a Taiwan trip, and seven people killed and over a dozen injured while traveling in the United States.

 

 
 
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