Nanjing's outbreak hits recovery of nation's tourism sector; Didi denies media report of go-private plan after $4.4 billion IPO.
Hilton Worldwide did not immediately respond to emailed requests for comment.
The Global Times reported Nanjing airport was suspending all flights until mid-August.
Zhangjiajie started massive nucleic acid testing in three regions on Wednesday.
Shares in Didi jumped as much as 40% in premarket trade on news of the WSJ report.
China Southern Airlines gears up for borders opening; Boeing sees MAX rebound with a path for recertification in China.
In recent weeks, China has moved to recertify the MAX.
179 of the 200 flood-damaged rail link sections have been repaired.
North America showed a clear acceleration, with passengers boarded declining by 19.8% in the second quarter.
Europe exhibited a RevPAR of 33.80, the lowest among all markets with the biggest increase from same period of 2020.
Net loss decreased to €3.3 million in the second quarter of 2021, driven by the recovery of the Referral Revenue.
The company witnesses very mixed situations by country.
During the first half of 2021, the Company's global system grew 30 basis points primarily reflecting continued growth in the Company's direct-franchising business in China.
It’s not just travel unicorns that have taken advantage of SPACs to go public.
International tourist arrivals to Europe last year plunged by nearly 70%, and for the first five months of this year, they’re down 85%.
Over 30 exhibitions have been scheduled in Q3.
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