Tencent-invested OTA partners with LINE unit in Thailand; Resumption of tourism between China, Thailand "not happening any time soon".
Korea’s No. 2 carrier Asiana Airlines announced on Sept. 7 that it will reopen weekly flight service between Incheon, Korea, and Chengdu, China from Sept. 10.
Although the airlines are still loss-making and the recovery fragile, the strategy is far more cost-effective than having planes grounded.
Cheap seats give Chinese airlines a much-needed passenger bounce; Klook strengthens domestic activities and launches train booking in Italy.
Thailand partners with Alipay, Fliggy to lure Chinese travelers; Meituan reports the world’s highest hotel room nights for a quarter.
China is reopening borders for international flights from 8 countries; Cathay Pacific brings back Perth-Hong Kong flights.
Juneyao said it had submitted a list of employees willing to take the vaccine.
Kenya Airways has also developed a strategy to acquire three wide body freighters in early 2021 in order to boost cargo revenues.
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