It is an important step to allow large companies to resume cross-border business travel to handle their business activities.
China issued an alert warning citizens not to travel to Australia; HNA's Swissport said Belgium unit to file for bankruptcy.
The safety and security for Chinese travelers is deteriorating in Australia and if it remains this way, more alerts will be issued.
E-commerce platform Pinduoduo added flight booking service; Fliggy, Meituan and Trip.com build membership programs for independent hotels.
US plans to revise previously-announced ban on Chinese passenger flights; Chengdu airport became the world’s busiest last month.
The US airlines objected to China’s plan of allowing in only one flight per week.
Hotel bookings have returned to about 50 percent of normal levels, while airlines have generally resumed operations at more than half of their capacity.
China and Singapore agreed to create a fast lane to facilitate essential travel without 14-day quarantine from June 8; Trip.com Group set up a new unit to invest in startups.
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