China’s domestic air travel jumped by 62.9% over the prior week.
Resort operation in the first two months grew 8% despite the COVID-19 outbreak since late January.
TUI China kicks off curated short-haul holidays; South Korea has agreed with China to start facilitating some business travel between the two.
Total revenue of the resort zone grew 17% last year to USD 1.4 billion.
As the market that had the second-highest spending in tourism, China must conquer the impact of Covid-19 and attract visitors to come back.
Several attractions are reopening in the Hubei Province in China as the coronavirus pandemic wanes in the area.
Over 80 million Chinese are expected to enjoy their first vacation since coronavirus lockdown; Virus outbreak severely impacted China's image as a travel destination.
Dr. Guido Brettschneider believes that people in China and around the world will never stop dreaming and will want to travel again soon.
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