To the best of her understanding, Lai said, Chinese authorities and tour operators are most concerned with Taiwan’s maximum capacity to accommodate Chinese tourists and whether the current number of cross-strait flights are enough to meet market demand.
Worth noting that around 383,330 Chinese mainland tourists in 13,731 groups have visited Taiwan in the 12 months since July 18 last year.
More than 2.11 million tourists from Taiwan visited the Chinese Mainland in the first half of this year, despite the economy and the spread of swine flu.
China Digital Times reported that on travel quality, Lai said her delegation will work with Chinese tourism administrators and tour operators on designing better travel packages to avoid overcrowding at major Taiwanese tourist spots, an issue that has been at the center of complaints by both local travelers and Chinese visitors.
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