According to data provided by China's Airbnb Xiaozhu, China's homestay industry has lost around 90 percent of orders.
The measure will take effect at 12:00 a.m. on March 9 and last through March 31.
China will pay $0.0025 per seat per kilometer for airlines reopen routes shared by multiple carriers, and $0.0076 for alone-operate route.
The head of the US Chamber of Commerce said the government will not need to bail out US airlines; Bookings from China to Canadian province declined 70% between March and October.
Klarna also collaborated with Expedia Group last April to provide travelers the flexibility to pay over time.
Some airlines have resorted to suspending change fees for new ticket reservations to attract hesitant travelers.
According to Statistics Canada, there were 571,000 tourist arrivals from China in 2019.
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