The move is the latest sign that China, which has banned almost all foreigners from entering since late March, is taking steps to reopen its borders for business.
Global airline capacity this week is up 2% to 29.8 million seats and China is leading the growth; China proposes fast-track entry for Japanese business travelers.
With regulators in Europe, America and Asia easing restrictions on travel, airline companies across the world have planned to resume some flights to China in June.
McKinsey projects that the majority of the Chinese travelers will not go on trips until the National Holiday in late September and early October.
Occupancy levels in Greater China are currently slightly more than 30%, up from the lows of less than 10% in mid-February.
As of the end of March, 23 local governments in the nation had issued special bonds, raising a total of RMB 13.259 billion (USD 1.87 billion) in support of the cultural and tourism sectors.
Shanghai Disneyland sold out of tickets for its May 11 reopening within minutes; Travel short video service provider raises millions of yuan.
The company wants to help tourist attractions, homestay businesses, hotels and itineracy providers build quality travel brands.
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