385 million trips expected to be made during Spring Festival 2018

2018-02-14 03:27:50 GMT2018-02-14 11:27:50(Beijing Time) Xinhua English
A passenger carries a suitcase over his head as he shoulders his way to take the train Z1 from China's capital Beijing to central China's Changsha in Hunan Province, Feb. 12, 2018. The number of passenger trips around China hit 108.363 million from Feb. 1 to Feb. 12 this year. The Spring Festival travel rush began on Feb. 1 and will last until March 12. The China National Tourism Administration said that 385 million trips, mostly domestic, are expected to be made during the Spring Festival 2018, up 12 percent year on year. (Xinhua/Zeng Tao) A passenger carries a suitcase over his head as he shoulders his way to take the train Z1 from China's capital Beijing to central China's Changsha in Hunan Province, Feb. 12, 2018. The number of passenger trips around China hit 108.363 million from Feb. 1 to Feb. 12 this year. The Spring Festival travel rush began on Feb. 1 and will last until March 12. The China National Tourism Administration said that 385 million trips, mostly domestic, are expected to be made during the Spring Festival 2018, up 12 percent year on year. (Xinhua/Zeng Tao)
Passengers line up to board a train at the Beijing West Railway Station in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 12, 2018. The number of passenger trips around China hit 108.363 million from Feb. 1 to Feb. 12 this year. The Spring Festival travel rush began on Feb. 1 and will last until March 12. The China National Tourism Administration said that 385 million trips, mostly domestic, are expected to be made during the Spring Festival 2018, up 12 percent year on year. (Xinhua/Zeng Tao) Passengers line up to board a train at the Beijing West Railway Station in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 12, 2018. The number of passenger trips around China hit 108.363 million from Feb. 1 to Feb. 12 this year. The Spring Festival travel rush began on Feb. 1 and will last until March 12. The China National Tourism Administration said that 385 million trips, mostly domestic, are expected to be made during the Spring Festival 2018, up 12 percent year on year. (Xinhua/Zeng Tao)
A passenger holding a bowl of instant noodles shoulder his way to his seat as he takes the train Z1 from China's capital Beijing to central China's Changsha in Hunan Province, Feb. 12, 2018. The number of passenger trips around China hit 108.363 million from Feb. 1 to Feb. 12 this year. The Spring Festival travel rush began on Feb. 1 and will last until March 12. The China National Tourism Administration said that 385 million trips, mostly domestic, are expected to be made during the Spring Festival 2018, up 12 percent year on year. (Xinhua/Zeng Tao) A passenger holding a bowl of instant noodles shoulder his way to his seat as he takes the train Z1 from China's capital Beijing to central China's Changsha in Hunan Province, Feb. 12, 2018. The number of passenger trips around China hit 108.363 million from Feb. 1 to Feb. 12 this year. The Spring Festival travel rush began on Feb. 1 and will last until March 12. The China National Tourism Administration said that 385 million trips, mostly domestic, are expected to be made during the Spring Festival 2018, up 12 percent year on year. (Xinhua/Zeng Tao)
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