Northwestern Chinese cities are the most popular destinations for locals during the approaching National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival holidays.
Due to the novel coronavirus pandemic and restrictions on overseas travel, there are almost no bookings for overseas flights during holiday between October 1 and 8, Shanghai-based Spring Airlines said yesterday.
But bookings for domestic travel have been rising rapidly, showing the recovery of Chinese tourism demand amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lanzhou in northwest Gansu Province has become the most popular destination, followed by other northwestern sites such as Dunhuang, also in Gansu, cities in the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region and Hohhot in Inner Mongolia, the budget carrier said.
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