Online travel giant Trip.com Group announced a travel revival plan by investing 1 billion yuan (USD 144 million) with hundreds of destinations and some 10,000 tourism suppliers.
To deal with the impact of the outbreak, Trip.com has launched presales of admissions to some 300 scenic spots, air tickets, accommodation and tour packages for 1,000 tourist routes which can be used anytime within the year, with free refunds offered for expiry or cancellation, to tackle the funding woes of its tourism partners.
Shanghai Spring Tour, which suffered more than 400 million yuan in losses due to the epidemic, launched a weeklong presales event on Thursday. Tourist attraction admissions, accommodation and air tickets are included.
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