Qunar is rarely out of the headlines these days as the market attempts to understand the implications of its new equity and business relationship with Ctrip.
This week Qunar announced that its CEO and co-founder was being replaced via an internal promotion, with its head of mobile taking the reins with immediate effect.
However, there is a story which broke during the Christmas and New Year holidays which exists in isolation from the Ctrip connection - namely that China Southern and Hainan Airlines have stopped selling their inventory on Qunar, or at least they have stopped selling seats via a dedicated flagship store within the Qunar marketplace.
Xianhao Zeng, a reporter for China Travel News, digs into the story and talks to those involved. Click here to read the article in full.
NB This appears here as part of Tnooz’s content partnership with China Travel News.
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