9 megatrends of Chinese tourism post-pandemic
From bottoming out, to steady recovery, and then to robust growth - the curve of China’s tourism development since pandemic is just like the country’s economic trajectory for the past decades.
While a big part of the world is still struggling to control the spread of COVID-19, business in China is already taking a leading position in returning to normalcy.
Admittedly, international travel is still at a standstill, but domestic tourism of the world’s second-largest economy has neared full recovery since the third quarter last year. The number of domestic Chinese flights in September 2020 topped the 2019 levels, according to data from the Civil Aviation Administration of China.
For companies seeking megatrends of the global travel recovery, the China market may provide some food for thought.
At last week’s ITB Berlin NOW online events, Mr. Joseph Wang, Chief Commercial Officer at TravelDaily China and ChinaTravelNews.com, shared nine growth and recovery trends of China’s travel and tourism sectors.