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Right route: A couple fill in their health declaration at the Air Macau counter at Beijing Capital International Airport. China’s airline international passenger volume saw a 70% increase over the New Year holiday, recording its best performance since 2019. — AP

SHANGHAI: China’s outbound tourism market is showing good growth momentum and is expected to make a robust recovery amid the nation’s optimised Covid response measures and relaxed travel restrictions.

According to travel portal Group, bookings it received for international flight tickets rose by 145% year-on-year (y-o-y) during the three-day New Year’s Day holiday.

The portal is expecting such bookings to increase by 260% during the Spring Festival holiday later this month.

Airline international passenger volume saw a 70% increase over the holiday, recording its best performance since 2019, according to Flight AI, a database of Group.

In December, China optimised its Covid response measures, aimed at revitalising the economy and bringing people’s lives back on track.

According to the latest travel policy, announced by the State Council’s Joint Prevention and Control Mechanism on Dec 27 and to take effect from next Monday, international passengers arriving in the Chinese mainland no longer need to quarantine or undergo a nucleic acid test on arrival.

Responding to the adjustments, the National Immigration Administration released a notice on Dec 27 saying it will resume services of approving passport applications, and tourism and business permits for the Hong Kong and Macao special administrative regions on Jan 8.




“The policy adjustments will help in the recovery of China’s inbound and outbound tourism markets.

“My company hopes to benefit from the new policy adjustments,” said Xu Xiaolei, chief branding officer of China Youth Travel Service, a travel portal with its head office in Beijing.

Xu said that consultancies for international trips and searches for visa information, flight tickets and hotels surged on the platform after authorities announced on Dec 26, the downgrading of Covid management from Class A to Class B, starting on Jan 8.

“Searches for visa information increased five-fold on the platform that day. Our users showed a higher preference for overseas destinations,” he added.

Travel portal said that on Dec 27, bookings for international flight tickets rose by 400% compared with the previous month.

Visa consultancies rose by 100% for two consecutive days from Dec 27, it added.

Figures from online travel agency Fliggy show that searches for international flight tickets on the platform increased eight-fold after the policy adjustments on Dec 27 and views on its digital visa centre increased 8.3-fold y-o-y. said that its users prefer destinations in South-East Asia, including Thailand, Singapore and Indonesia, and that flight bookings to these destinations, from Jan 8 to Jan 21, surged by 277% compared with the previous month.



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