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Macau International Airport Promotes New Route to Tianjin02 Aug 2013

The Macao to Tianjin via Xiamen route will be launched on 10th August 2013.  To promote the routes and travel resources between the two cities, Macau Government Tourist Office (MGTO), Xiamen Airlines and Global International Tourist Company Limited jointly held a promotion activity at Tianjin on July. Ms. Yuan Wei Fang, representative of Beijing Representative Office of CAM, and Mr. Eric Fong Director of CAM Marketing Department, representative of Tianjin Airport, representatives of Macau hotel and resorts, local travel agencies and media, approximately 80 guests attended the event.

Mr. Zhang Xiao Lin, the General Manager of Marketing Department of Xiamen Airline Tianjin Branch, Mr. Sun Yu, the General Manager of Marketing Department of Tianjin Airport, Mr. Wang Sheng Xin, The representative of MGTO in Beijing, Mr. Eric Fong-Director of CAM Marketing Department, Mr. Chris Dai, General Manager of Global International Tourist Company Limited, representatives of hotels, demonstrated and introduced their companies and the service scope of their businesses.  The activity was successfully ended under a harmonious atmosphere.

The flight between Macao and Tianjin via Xiamen will be operating on a daily basis. The Xiamen Airlines and Global International Tourist Company Limited airlines designed diversified travel routes and offer “tickets + hotel” package to the public in Tianjin, CAM also provided Express Link information to the public at the scene. Tianjin is a historic and cultural city with many attractive sights. Macao being the world leisure and historic centre is also becoming a very popular travel destination. The launch of the route is believed to be able to provide a convenient bridge for the people of the two cities and further enhance the commercial intercourse and cooperation between the two cities.



MIA representatives in the promotional activity in Tianjin



Mr. Eric Fong-Director of CAM Marketing Department introducing MIA 



Source:Macau International Airport