The OTA plans to use proceeds from the notes to repay existing debts.
CEO of IHG's Greater China region saw more hotels joining chain brands after pandemic; Airbnb China reports more than 20% rise in active listings in June.
The USD 10 million fund and revival plan have helped 200,000 Airbnb hosts in the strategic market for the company.
Sabre already competes, in a sense, with D-Edge in that it also offers a booking engine, a customer relationship management service, and some channel management services.
Japan intends to begin talks on resuming business flights with 10 economies including China; American Airlines and United Airlines have both suspended flights to Hong Kong again.
The company has been aggressively offering coupons to both guests and hosts, to re-engage its users and try to rebuild consumer confidence in the travel industry.
As of March 31, IHG has opened 475 hotels in Greater China, three quarters of which are located in second- or lower-tier cities.
Consumers turn to duty-free as outbound tourism halted; Airlines explore new ways to offset economic losses.
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