ForwardKeys is predicting that domestic air travel in China, which has been growing progressively in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak, will reach a full recovery by the start of September.
Ascott is adding over 1,000 units across six new lyf properties secured in Melbourne, Australia; Beijing, Hangzhou, Shanghai and Xi’an, China; and Manila, the Philippines.
The Airbus A350-operated flight will take off following the green light given by the Chinese authorities for the Nordic carrier to restart flying between the two cities.
More than 1,200 flights have been cancelled in Beijing as the Chinese capital locks down in response to a new outbreak of Covid-19. Railway services have been also been reduced until at least July 9th.
Government-backed China Eastern will own a majority 51 per cent share in the new carrier, which will be called Sanya International Airlines.
Three months after the subsidiary had to completely stop selling tours, the company is now offering mainly short trips to the mountains and Chinese beach resorts under the product name TUI Selection.
With news that Beijing has lifted its 14-day quarantine requirement on travel between the capital and low-risk areas across the country, the analytics company now expects a significant uplift in demand.
With over three million confirmed cases and upwards of 200,000 fatalities around the world, there are few signs of the Covid-19 pandemic slowing its rampage across the globe. However, some countries appear to have managed to slow down the rate of new cases and now seem to be on a slow and possibly difficult path towards recovery. Here we find out more
Additional cargo capacity is being added to the carrier’s existing freighter service amid increased demand for the shipment of immediate goods in and out of the region.
Top tourist attractions in Shanghai have been forced to close shortly after reopening as China continues to take preventative measures against the coronavirus pandemic.