More than 1,200 flights in and out of Beijing were canceled as the Chinese capital wrestles with a fresh coronavirus outbreak; Alibaba names new president for Fliggy.
E-tickets are now being made available for travel on normal-speed trains, bringing the total number of railway stations using e-tickets to more than 2,400.
TravelDaily will host a webinar to share insights into the consumer behaviors and user preferences of Chinese travelers in the travel recovery.
The Fliggy brand has had three presidents in the past four years.
These travellers, who must come from low-risk places, are eligible to quarantine in a hotel for a shortened seven days instead.
1,255 flights were canceled at Beijing’s two airports, amounting to nearly 70% of those scheduled.
China’s three largest carriers carried more passengers across their networks in May; Internet travel company Mounsey raises USD 7 million.
Chinese carriers carried more than one million passengers in a day on 5 June.
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