The news will likely accelerate speculation of a merger with GetYourGuide, a leading OTA in Europe that also has Softbank as an investor.
Three state-owned Chinese airline giants expect significant losses in the quarter; Beijing reopens 30% of its major tourist sites.
Haikou will invest USD58.9 million to upgrade its volcanic national park into a world-class tourist attraction.
Hundreds of hotels in Wuhan call for government aid after voluntarily providing free rooms to medical workers battling coronavirus; Cathay Pacific carried 90% fewer passengers in March.
Finnair plans a joint venture with China’s Juneyao Air; Marriott's RevPAR drops 83% in Greater China in March.
Guests were previously only required to use the health QR codes upon entering dining venues, but now they are required resort-wide.
New York-listed Chinese hotel firm expects revenue to decline by 30%-35% in Q1; Tourist attractions are only allowed to run up to 30% of full capacity.
An uptick in domestic sight-seeing doesn't necessarily mean international travel will rebound as quickly.
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