Hainan capital Haikou city ealier said it would start a 14-day centralized medical observation for tourists from Wuhan.
Retailers bet on the Lunar New Year influx even as more cities quarantined because of the virus.
The Ming Tombs and Yinshan Pagoda will also be closed from Saturday.
Pan Pacific Airlines and Royal Air Charter would transport back the remaining passengers on Boracay Island.
Two foreign tour operators today said they have been told borders will close until the outbreak is 'well under control'.
AirAsia said all its flights from Kota Kinabalu, Bangkok and Phuket to Wuhan would be temporarily canceled until Jan 28.
Disney said it would refund tickets for admission to Shanghai Disneyland or other services at the park as well as hotel bookings.
Thomas Cook is set to be relaunched as an OTA in June after hiring “a dozen” former Cook executives.
The deal further accelerates the growing rivalry between Google and travel giant Expedia.
Hotels need to do something different, something Airbnb can’t do.
About 90% of Homes & Villas renters are members of Marriott's Bonvoy travel program.
United Airlines shares dropped 4.4%, American Airlines lost 4.2%, and Delta Air Lines declined 2.7% on Tuesday.
The company expects to double its staff in EMEA by the end of this year, to more than 250 people.
In North America, Delta Air Lines made it into the Top 20 Airlines proving once again.
Customers are moving towards self-service options, with 55% of the respondents preferring to hear about travel disruption via digital communications rather than on the phone.
Hotelbeds has forfeited around €300 million of otherwise profitable sales to ensure compliance over the last year.
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