China Travel Market Update 2020
Before it had an official name, or was even designated as an international health crisis, COVID-19 ravaged the Chinese city of Wuhan. The coronavirus brought travel in China to a near halt in late January 2020, and many cities and provinces stayed in lockdown for two months or longer. Travel increased with the lifting of local restrictions in March and April, and the government introduced discounting initiatives to stoke demand for travel as the public health situation improved. However, these efforts can only bring travel demand so far while the threat of the virus and economic uncertainty loom. This Phocuswright travel research report presents a high-level overview of the China travel market in 2020, including the impact of the pandemic on major players, key segment analysis, and sizing and projections through 2020.
What is Open Access
An Open Access subscription provides company-wide access to the whole library of Phocuswright’s travel research and data visualization.Learn More
Curious? Contact our team to learn more:+1 860 350-4084 501 [email protected]
What is Open Access+
With Open Access+, your company gets access to Phocuswright's full travel research library and data visualization PLUS Special Project deliverables.Learn More