Shanghai makes way towards COVID lockdown exit, Beijing plays defence; Trip.com Group chairman banned from social media for questioning China’s Zero-Covid policy.
At present, Baidu has increased the number of autonomous driving vehicles in Beijing to 20.
The plan calls for the Piano Land to begin offering the short cruises to nowhere from Hong Kong possibly as early as July 1.
Hong Kong should resume quarantine-free travel with foreign countries first, business chamber urges; China's low travel demand, strict rules will hinder Boeing's reapproval of 737 Max.
Chinese research institutions and experts have been paying close attention.
60.3% of the respondents said that virtual tours allow them to reduce travel costs.
Shanghai aims to end Covid lockdown in June; Boeing’s top Chinese customer removes 737 Max from fleet plans.
Beijing releases museum travel route; Hong Kong Airlines asks pilots to take leave on reduced pay.
More than a third of airline and agency leaders participating in the survey indicated that they believe travel will return to pre-pandemic levels by the end of 2024.
China, however, will continue to dominate the business travel market, with a projected annual business travel spend of $129 billion by 2022.
For the last three weeks of April, transactions reached 72% of 2019 levels.
Bulk of demand still not coming from international travel.
Over 50% of reporting destinations saw declines of over 90% in Chinese tourist arrivals compared to 2019.
China adds back nearly 2.2 million seats, taking capacity back to 11.7 million
Disney reported that total Disney+ subscriptions rose to 137.7 million during the fiscal second quarter, higher than the 135 million analysts had forecast.
Amadeus said it processed almost 92 million bookings during the quarter, a little more than half the pre-pandemic levels.
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