Expedia is withdrawing its adjusted EBITDA guidance due to growing virus impact; Global hotel transaction volumes in 2019 reached USD 66 billion last year.
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.
The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China will provide a USD 86.7 million loan to online travel giant Trip.com Group; RevPAR of Hyatt hotels declined 90% last month in China.
Some of the cruise line's multi-destination trips may still stop at its Chinese mainland homeport, Shanghai, this year.
Malaysia looks to locals and non-Chinese visitors in fulfilling tourist-arrivals target; China plans to take over indebted conglomerate HNA Group and sell off its core airline assets.
Europe anticipates seeing 7%-25% less Chinese visitor arrivals this year due to virus impact, OYO's annual loss has widened sixfold, and more for the day.
The coronavirus impact may last until the second quarter of 2021, industries are feeling the pinch beyond China, with the full impact remains to be seen.
Travel advisers projected 10%-15% off in the $45.6 billion global cruise industry, major Chinese park operator warned of epidemic impact on $320 million asset-backed notes.
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