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Fliggy National Day high-star hotel bookings up 100% year-on-year

Date: 2020-10-07

For the first time, the post-95s generation became the main tourist in the Golden Week, ranking first with 30% of the total. At the same time, outbound tourists from third-tier cities and below accounted for 60%, and per capita spending increased by 55%.

This year's National Day is not home, tourism has become a new standard. Inspired by policies such as tens of billions of subsidies and government cultural and tourism consumption coupons, the National Day tourism market has fully recovered. National Day hotel bookings increased by more than 50% year-on-year, and bookings for high-star hotels increased by 100%.

The tens of billions of subsidies have also brought about new changes in the National Day tourism market, with young people and young people from small cities becoming the most active tourists. For the first time, the post-95s generation became the main tourist in the Golden Week, ranking first with 30% of the total. At the same time, outbound tourists from third-tier cities and below accounted for 60%, and per capita spending increased by 55%.

For long-term travel and inter-provincial travel of more than 4 hours, bookings for National Day rose 15% year-on-year, and bookings for air tickets rose 16% year-on-year. Macau, as the first outbound travel destination to resume nationwide endorsement, has seen an increase of 1500% in air ticket bookings compared to before the gate opening.