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HNA Tourism Group and Vanuatu Sign Strategic Cooperation Agreement

A ceremony to mark the signing of a Strategic Cooperation Agreement between HNA Tourism Group Co., LTD ( HNA Tourism) and the Republic of Vanuatu took place on 28th February in Hong Kong . Prime Minister of the Republic of Vanuatu , Hon. Charlot Salwai , and the Director of Hainan Airlines Group Board of Directors, Hainan Airlines Travel Industry Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Xin Di , on behalf of the two sides, signed the Strategic Agreement, announcing that they will commit to opening up cooperation on issues related to tourism and aviation resources.

HNA Tourism Group and Vanuatu Sign Strategic Cooperation Agreement

A ceremony to mark the signing of a Strategic Cooperation Agreement between HNA Tourism Group Co., LTD ( HNA Tourism) and the Republic of Vanuatu took place on 28th February in Hong Kong . Prime Minister of the Republic of Vanuatu , Hon. Charlot Salwai , and the Director of Hainan Airlines Group Board of Directors, Hainan Airlines Travel Industry Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Xin Di , on behalf of the two sides, signed the Strategic Agreement, announcing that they will commit to opening up cooperation on issues related to tourism and aviation resources.

Category: Asia Pacific - Vanuatu - Industry economy - Events - Tourism Communication/Marketing
This is a press release selected by our editorial committee and published online for free on 2017-03-01


Among the attendees at the signing ceremony,†were†Prime Minister of the the Republic of†Vanuatu,†Hon. Charlot Salwai;Minister of Foreign Affairs†,†Hon. Bruno Leingkone†;†Minister of Justice†,†Mr.†Arnola Kiel Loughman†;†Ambassador Plenipotentiary to†China†,†H.E. Nguk Yang Dennis Nai†;†the Director of HNA Group Board of Directors and HNA Tourism Chairman and Chief Executive Officer†,†Mr.†Xin Di†;†and lastly Hainan Tourism Investment Group Chiarman†,†Mr. Liu Jiangtao.†

Vanuatu†is located in the western South Pacific, adjacent to†Australia†and†New Zealand†. It is known as the "back garden" of†Australia†and†New Zealand†.†Vanuatu†has 83 separate islands and natural white sandy beaches. The waters near the island are safe and the lagoon is unique in color. Furthermore, the different areas in the country have†retained†the customs and traditions of the aboriginal populations. The country also†has††a rich cuisine, alongside attractive performance†s†to offer.

Vanuatu†has been recommended†by†the world's leading English travel magazine†,†Lonely Planet†,†as†one of their†top ten tourism destinations. It has also been repeatedly rated as the world†'s†happiest country with natural and cultural tourism resources, which all together form a great potential for development.

Prime Minister of†Vanuatu†,†Hon. Charlot Salwai†,†expressed the following at the signing ceremony: "In recent years, the number of Chinese tourists to†Vanuatu†has risen year after year†;†the annual growth rate†has†maintained at 4%. In 2016, there†were†thousands of Chinese tourists who visited†Vanuatu†either by plane or cruise. Through†cooperation†with HNA Touris†m†we hope to further develop the tourism resources of†Vanuatu†and improve the infrastructure to provide a more comfortable tourism experience for Chinese tourists. The year†2017 marks†the 35th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between†Vanuatu†and†China†and we†also††hope that we can, through this initiative, further deepen theVanuatu†-†China†friendship†."

The Director of HNA Group Board of Directors and HNA Tourism Chairman and Chief Executive Officer†,†Mr.†Xin Di†,expressed the following: "†Vanuatu†is a holiday paradise in the South Pacific†;†it is also a crucial south node for the†'†21st Century Maritime Silk Road†.'†As a subsidiary of HNA Group's largest air travel industry†unit†, HNA Tourism will use its aviation, hotels, travel agencies, entertainment and other cultural resources to promote the development and upgrading ofthe†tourism industry in†Vanuatu†. In addition, this will provide Chinese travellers with more options for outbound destinations.†"

Such†cooperation will foster†communication†and consultation for the opening up of new airline routes. HNA Tourism will push forward its subsidiary outbound listed travel company†,†Caissa†,†to carry out active cooperation in area†s†such as product development, infrastructure transformation, route operations, hotel operations and the promotion of†Vanuatu†as an outbound travel destination.



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