A total of 775 cyber-attacks on airlines were reported over the course of 2020.
In April, 9,649 complaints were filed with Chinese domestic airlines, up from 7,678 complaints in March.
The OTA giant plans to use the net proceeds for general corporate purposes, including repayment of debts.
Last year, 22% of bookings went through the company’s own payments platform, compared with less than 4% in 2017.
Herd immunity target well within reach in Hong Kong; Air carriers flooded with consumer complaints in China.
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Shanghai airports recover to pre-pandemic passenger number in H1; Summer tourism market sizzling hot with family and group visitors.
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