The Chinese air passengers were down by 52.6% year-on-year in May, compared with a 68.5% year-on-year decline in April; Skyscanner finds post-COVID travel anxiety is easing.
The company expects its second-quarter net revenues to drop by 86% to 96%.
Air passengers numbered 25.83 million in May, down 52.6% year-on-year.
There are reasons for Asian destinations to be cheerful.
Even giving a date when people can start to travel would ease the worries of tour companies.
The Hong Kong carrier said there will be another round of executive pay cuts and voluntary special leave scheme for employees; Ocean Park, Disneyland will reopen soon.
The carrier has scheduled two weekly flights this month, leaving Hong Kong on Wednesday and Sunday.
The reduced adult ticket fees will be fully rebated in the form of cash vouchers for spending on food and gifts in the park.
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