The first batch of products includes noodles being served in the airline's VIP lounge as well as vacuum-packed meals.
Shanghai Airport stock slumps below target by the widest margin in 13 years; China's theme parks re-open with strict rules to prevent further outbreak of the virus.
The city’s aviation regulator clarified details of the plan, which will provide carriers with up to HKD 1 million per aircraft as part of a HKD 137.5 billion citywide pandemic relief package.
Hong Kong will buy 500,000 flight tickets from the city’s airlines as part of a stimulus; China's domestic travelers decreased 61.4% during a three-day holiday.
The hundreds of millions in penalty payments could drive additional layoffs at BA and Marriott, that will not benefit anyone.
The number of domestic Chinese flights has stabilized at around 50 percent of 2019 volumes from the start of March.
The 127th Canton Fair will take place in mid to late June and be hosted online to prevent the spread of coronavirus; Wuhan airport re-opens to host 233 flights today.
The hardest-hit carriers were Bangkok Airways (-33 percent), China Eastern (-33 percent) and China Southern (-45 percent).
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