Booking loses $130 million in the sale of its Trip.com Group stake; Shanghai Disney theme park will reopen on May 11.
China raked in tourism revenue of USD 6.79 billion in a holiday, 59.58% less than last year; China Eastern beat out Southwest as the biggest airline in the world in terms of seats available.
With nearly 900,000 additional seats being added in the past week, China is back to around half its usual number of daily domestic flights — over 6,000.
Disney will begin a phased reopening of its Shanghai theme park next week; Australian travel tech firm Aeronology inked a global distribution deal with TravelSky.
China's railways carried 22.89 million passengers from April 30 to May 3, while 2.53 million air passengers were recorded during the time.
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China’s domestic market is seeing over 6,000 daily flights from all airlines, implying a recovery of around half.
Travel agents who have no direct access to TravelSky can use Aeronology’s connection to TravelSky to book all Chinese airlines into and out of China.
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