Trip.com Group-backed hotel firm reported virus impact of RMB 20.77 million in 38 days; Scandinavian airline SAS will temporarily lay off 10,000 employees, or 90% of its workforce.
OFWs on the first-time deployment to mainland China, students, dependents of OFWs and tourists are excluded from the lifting of the travel ban.
However, these restrictions do not apply to the United Kingdom.
Though the live-streamed tours are free, the tourist sites can make money by selling souvenirs to viewers.
Trip.com has launched presales of admissions to some 300 scenic spots, air tickets, accommodation and tour packages; Google's travel ad revenue may drop 10.2% in second quarter.
Bookings for domestic flights in June jumped 250% in the last week of February from the previous week.
Booking.com's China director has been ousted; An Alibaba-invested outbound travel company liquidated amid virus outbreak.
Japan will quarantine people arriving from South Korea and China for two weeks; the global aviation industry could lose USD 63-113 billion in revenue.
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