Published on : Friday, March 16, 2018
The growth is being driven by a number of factors, comprising growth in the Chinese citizen number that can afford leisure travel, expansion in the infrastructure of transportation and customized offerings from suppliers and intermediaries.
This week, two distinct partnerships were declared. They are targeted to expanding market. One directed toward Chinese travelers and the other for businesses offering services to them.
For travelers, VisaHQ is working together with Fliggy to speed up Chinese citizen’s outbound travel by 11 countries in that region.
Fliggy is a travel service platform having possession of by Alibaba Group, reaching 580 million monthly mobile users all over Alibaba’s retail marketplaces in China.
Currently, VisaHQ is a service partner in Fliggy’s Online Visa Center, which was launched, last year, October. The partnership will help Chinese citizens to access countries that provide e-visas like Armenia, Azerbaijan, Cambodia, Georgia, India, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Turkey and Vietnam.
In the above mentioned countries, VisaHQ will work with their embassies and consulates to make sure their visa rules and policies are always up to date in the Fliggy platform.
“We are proud to help expand Fliggy’s online visa processing service with our solution and believe this collaboration will contribute toward expediting outbound travels for Chinese consumers,” says VisaHQ CEO Alexander Yaroshenko.