This time last year China’s international capacity was around 12% of all seats offered; this week it is just one percent.
Minor Hotels partners with Funyard Hotels for China expansion; China estimates 40% fall in Lunar New Year passenger trips from 2019.
The full-year profit prediction for 2020 demonstrates a positive sign of recovery, as the company reported a net loss of RMB 306 million for the first half of the year.
Hong Kong extends travel ban to Ireland and Brazil; Skyscanner pinpoints unserved routes for airlines via traveler intent tech.
Airlines need to look for newer sources of data such as searches and social media to help them build a picture of demand.
Southwest has actually boosted its ad spend by 15% and has already spent more since April than American, United, Delta, JetBlue, Frontier and Spirit combined.
The move will grow Beijing Capital International Airport into a “world-class aviation hub”.
Stalled holiday travel worries Chinese airlines on profits; Trip.com Group "more confident than ever" in China’s long-term travel recovery.
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