China Southern Airlines, China East Airlines and Air China are all in discussions about purchasing the carrier in a last-minute takeover.
Tickets already sold by the agencies are strictly prohibited to change, and passengers' names are not allowed to change after booking.
China's airline IT service giant TravelSky injects USD 141 million into a 5G-focused investment fund; Carnival said China might be among the first areas where cruise lines start sailing again.
Hundreds of hotels in Wuhan call for government aid after voluntarily providing free rooms to medical workers battling coronavirus; Cathay Pacific carried 90% fewer passengers in March.
Finnair plans a joint venture with China’s Juneyao Air; Marriott's RevPAR drops 83% in Greater China in March.
Despite challenging times, Finnair still thinks China is a key market.
New York-listed Chinese hotel firm expects revenue to decline by 30%-35% in Q1; Tourist attractions are only allowed to run up to 30% of full capacity.
Korean Air will reopen select Chinese routes in May; China Eastern will sell inflight meals in supermarkets.
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