Articles tagged “china outbound”

Airline Weekly

Chinese Airlines’ Red Ink

Chinese airlines struggled mightily during the first half of the year under the country’s zero-Covid policy. The Big 3 all lost money but China Eastern, based in Shanghai — which suffered several lockdowns — lost the most.

Chinese Airlines’ Red Ink

Online Travel

China’s Tongcheng Travel Has High Hopes For Generation Z

As Tongcheng Travel waits for China to relax restrictions and open travel, the online travel company has used the downtime to diversify its user base. Now if only the borders would fully reopen!

China’s Tongcheng Travel Has High Hopes For Generation Z

Coronavirus

Assessing a Return of Chinese Outbound Travel: New Skift Travel Health Index

A back-of-the-envelope analysis shows that a return to pre-pandemic levels of Chinese international travel would pull many Asian countries close to or beyond full recovery. Now we just need to wait for Chinese borders to reopen ...

Assessing a Return of Chinese Outbound Travel: New Skift Travel Health Index

Tourism

The Price Hong Kong Tourism Pays for Insisting on Strict Covid Measures

At a time when most destinations around the world are opening to unvaccinated travelers, Hong Kong is still pussyfooting around shortening the seven-day hotel quarantine period. Think it's time to live with pandemic? Try telling that to Hong Kong.

The Price Hong Kong Tourism Pays for Insisting on Strict Covid Measures

Airlines

Daily Podcast: Chaotic Summer in the Skies

Good morning from Skift. It's Tuesday, June 28 in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Chaotic Summer in the Skies

Tourism

U.S. Visitors Driving Southeast Asia’s Recovery So Far

Yes, travel is back but with China and Japan largely out of the Southeast Asian inbound equation, the recovery will be bumpy and lagging in many ways.

U.S. Visitors Driving Southeast Asia’s Recovery So Far

Tourism

Chinese Outbound Travel Will Look Like This When It Eventually Returns

Prepare now or get left out when the Chinese outbound tourist wave returns in 2023, says China Outbound Tourism Research Institute. Considering the country's staunch zero-Covid policy, the timeline seems a little too good to be true.

Chinese Outbound Travel Will Look Like This When It Eventually Returns

Tourism

Daily Podcast: A High-Speed European Merger

Good morning from Skift. It's Thursday, March 31, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: A High-Speed European Merger

Tourism

Defining the New Chinese Tourist

Even as a McKinsey report deciphers key trends in China’s tourism market this year, the million-dollar question of when the world will get to welcome back Chinese tourists remains largely unanswered. That means a new type of Chinese tourist is opting for deeper local culture experiences.

Defining the New Chinese Tourist

Tourism

Daily Podcast: China’s Domestic Tourism Push

Good morning from Skift. It's Thursday, January 27, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: China’s Domestic Tourism Push