After a year of negotiations with the Information Commissioner's Office, International Airlines Group now estimates that it may need to pay 22 million euros as a result of the watchdog's probe.
Greater Bay Airlines seeks Hong Kong approval to take off; Travel companies will be more cautious in approaching markets in China due to geopolitical tension.
This pattern of handling cancellations is short-lived and regionally specific actions will be more likely in future.
Hilton hotels' occupancy exceeds 60% in China; Fosun Tourism rebrands Thomas Cook as a lifestyle online platform.
Among the top five countries for number of domestic flights tracked on 5th August, the recovery was lead by China, down just 8% year-on-year.
Cathay Pacific extends flexible booking policy until August end; BTG Homeinns to open 100 upscale hotels in five years.
Travel must be completed within one year from the date of ticket issuance.
China operated around 370,000 flights in July, 13.8% higher than in June.
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