Recent counts show they've lost 32 percent down to around 20,000 with the steepest drop off taking place from the end of March to now.
The successful re-launch of travel in China depends on this market, and it is already happening.
We can fulfill customers’ travel demands in the air and on the ground by combining intelligent technology with the tourist experience.
Amadeus’ first-quarter revenue came in at 1.02 billion euros, in line with its own estimate of a 25% to 30% drop published in April.
Global airline capacity this week is up 2% to 29.8 million seats and China is leading the growth; China proposes fast-track entry for Japanese business travelers.
Occupancy levels in Greater China are currently slightly more than 30%, up from the lows of less than 10% in mid-February.
Reopening all our hotels in the Chinese mainland is the first step in a measured global recovery process.
Booking loses $130 million in the sale of its Trip.com Group stake; Shanghai Disney theme park will reopen on May 11.
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