Night Economy-themed Metro Train Debuts in Changsha
The photo, taken on January 17, shows residents take a night economy-themed subway train on Changsha Metro Line 4. The train set off from Yingwanzhen Station that day. It is decorated with exquisite pictures, texts, and stickers to describe six nightlife scenes in Yuelu District, so as to further promote the influence of Yuelu night economy.
Sniffer Dogs on Duty to Improve Efficiency of Baggage Che...
A sniffer dog checks a piece of baggage at the baggage screening area in the International Arrival Hall of Changsha Huanghua International Airport in Changsha, central China's Hunan Province, Jan. 10, 2020. To improve the efficiency of baggage checking, sniffer dogs were put into use at the airport during the Spring Festival travel rush to intercept prohibited objects.
2020 Spring Festival Travel Rush Begins
The 2020 Spring Festival travel rush started from January 10, 11 days earlier than 2019, and will end on February 18. Hunan railways sent around 430,000 passengers on the first day of the travel rush.
“Red-eye” Bullet Trains to Be Added in Changsha to Tack...
In order to meet passengers’ travel demand during the Spring Festival travel rush, Changsha will add 17 pairs of "red-eye” bullet trains to increase railway carrying capacity.
Hunan Sees Record High of Entry-Exit Registration
The Hunan Frontier Inspection Office reported that more than 3 million visitors entered, or departed China in Hunan in 2019, a rise of 16% over the previous year. There were more than 20,000 international flights in or out of Hunan, up 14%.
Hunan’s Airports Handle 33.6 Mln Passenger Trips in 2019
The airports across Hunan handled over 33.6 million passenger trips, 258,000 flights, and 178,000 tons of cargo in 2019, which respectively register an increase of 11.3%, 9.8%, and 13% over last year. The number of international passenger trips hit 3 million, up 17%.