MIAIRPORTS_ARTICLE SEA rewards strategic partnership with trip.com Group at the China Awards 2019
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SEA rewards strategic partnership with trip.com Group at the China Awards 2019

The 14th China Awards 2019 was held on 11 December in the splendid setting of the Leonardo Da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology in Milan.
Tucci China Awards 2019

The 14th China Awards 2019 was held on 11 December in the splendid setting of the Leonardo Da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology in Milan.
The prestigious awards were assigned to companies and associations and Italian and Chinese personalities who best grasped the opportunities for exchange between the two countries.

Among the numerous awards, Milan airports also had the pleasure of presenting one in the "Capital Elite" category, which rewards Italian and Chinese companies, entrepreneurs, professionals and institutions that have stand out in the relationship between China and Italy.

With the motivation "Strategic Partnership for the promotion of Chinese Tourism in Italy" SEA, in the role of VP Aviation Business Development Andrea Tucci, presented the award to Trip.com Group Limited, a large company that offers travel packages, tourist guides, and various services in over 3000 destinations in more than 160 countries and territories. James Tang, Senior Vice President Ctrip.com International Ltd., Vice President Shanghai Tourism Trade Association and President OTA chapter of STTA were present to accept the Award.

The collaboration between SEA and Trip.com is a fruitful commercial collaboration that has already existed for a few years with the purpose of promoting the territory and airports of Milan. In fact, Milan and Lombardy are a territory full of attractions that SEA Milan Airports, one of the top 10 airport operators in Europe in terms of volume of freight and passenger traffic, is committed to serving every day, allowing passengers to arrive and leave easily and conveniently.

Passengers are informed that starting from Monday, 16 March 2020, Milano Linate Airport and Milano Malpensa Terminal 1 will be temporarily closed. Commercial aviation traffic will be redirected to Terminal 2 of Malpensa Airport.
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