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.
During the May Day holiday that ran from May 1 to May 5 this year, China recorded 115 million tourist trips domestically, bringing in tourism revenue of RMB 47.56 billion.
As of the end of 2019, the company had 154,600 hotel rooms in the Greater China region, but that only contributed 3% of Wyndham's royalties in the year.
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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.
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