British Airways and United Airlines are among the latest to cut flights while China Southern appears particularly vulnerable.
For travel brands, offering thoughtful communications and assistance to both travelers and corporate partners at the time will be much appreciated.
Luxury brands are the best prepared to cater to their Chinese clients.
The deal further accelerates the growing rivalry between Google and travel giant Expedia.
Customers are moving towards self-service options, with 55% of the respondents preferring to hear about travel disruption via digital communications rather than on the phone.
OYO is firing thousands of staff across China and India; Six Flags is struggling with its planned parks in China and might scrap plans to complete them.
Several of China's major tour agencies would restart selling five to six tour packages to South Korea, according to a Nomura note.
Fear of global outbreak grows as millions travel abroad for upcoming holidays.
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