The suspension will come into effect on Feb. 5.
More than 25,000 flights to, from and within China will be canceled this week; online travel stocks fell as more countries limit travel to and from China.
Some 271 hotels in Wuhan and 47 hotels in nearby areas have so far provided 6,056 medical workers with over 40,000 room nights of free accommodation.
Tickets issued on or before Jan 28 for travel from Jan 28 until Feb 29 to and from Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Xiamen can be canceled with a full refund.
China Eastern Airlines was the most heavily affected carrier, followed by China Southern Airlines.
American Airlines and United would still operate flights between the United States and Hong Kong.
Trip.com Group is still interested in acquisitions, not simply for market share but also know-how.
Airlines and major hotel chains are waiving cancellation fees, but recouping all the costs associated with trips canceled due to coronavirus fears is far from guaranteed.
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