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.
Tuniu expects its net revenues to decline by 65%-75% for the first quarter this year.
The number of domestic Chinese flights has stabilized at around 50 percent of 2019 volumes from the start of March.
The Airport Authority Hong Kong will fund a HK$2 billion purchase scheme for half a million air tickets.
The total number of domestic tourists during the holiday decreased from 61.4% to 43.25 million.
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).
No hotel staff has been asked to take unpaid leave and the cost of each robot runs into six figures every month.
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