Enhanced health and safety measures will be taken to protect guests after more than three months of closure.
TUI China focuses on short-haul outdoor trips; Around 74.29% of the Chinese hotels and inns have ceased operation during COVID-19.
Spring Airlines will open 47 domestic routes to meet increasing travel demand; Shanghai tourist attractions require reservations for holiday.
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.
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