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Trip.com 携程集团报告称其运营出现巨额亏损

2020-6-1 11:47

 

上海,5月29日(新华社)——位于上海的中国领先的在线旅行社Trip.com集团有限公司报告称,由于新冠肺炎疫情的影响,今年第一季度业务亏损15亿元(约2.11亿美元)。


据该集团周五发布的财务报告显示,该集团1月至3月的净收入为47亿元,比去年同期下降42%。


报告称,该公司2020年第一季度的业绩受到了COVID-19的显著和负面影响,导致旅行需求大幅下降,导致预订取消和新订单减少。


该集团的住宿业务受到很大冲击,第一季度预订收入同比下降62%,降至12亿元。一季度交通票务收入、组团旅游收入和商务旅游收入分别同比下降29%、50%和47%。


“新冠肺炎疫情给全球旅游业带来了重大挑战。然而,在我们经营的许多市场,我们看到旅游活动企稳或复苏,”该集团执行董事长梁建章(James Liang)表示。“在中国,旅游活动在2月份触底,此后一直处于复苏轨道。我们有充分的信心,随着大流行的消退,这个行业将会回归并达到新的高度。”


该组织表示,随着国家进入常规疫情防控阶段,旅游消费逐渐升温。自4月中旬以来,通过Trip.com预订的机票数量大幅增长,景点的门票销量环比增长94%,包括旅游景点和酒店在内的组团游比3月份增长了一倍多。


超过350个国内外目的地,500条航线和10000家酒店加入了该组织的计划,以重振受大流行冲击的旅游业。

 

SHANGHAI, May 29 (Xinhua) -- Shanghai-based Trip.com Group Limited, a leading online travel agency in China, reported 1.5 billion yuan (about 211 million U.S. dollars) loss from operations in the first quarter of this year due to the impact of COVID-19.

The group reported net revenue of 4.7 billion yuan from January to March, dropping 42 percent from the same period last year, according to its financial report released Friday.

The company's results for the first quarter of 2020 have been significantly and negatively impacted by COVID-19, which drove a significant decline in travel demand resulting in reservation cancellations and reduced new orders, said the report.

The group's accommodation business was mostly hit with reservation revenue in Q1 dropping 62 percent year on year to 1.2 billion yuan. Transportation ticketing revenue, packaged-tour revenue and corporate travel revenue in Q1 witnessed year-on-year decreases of 29 percent, 50 percent and 47 percent, respectively.

"The COVID-19 pandemic has brought significant challenges to the global travel industry. However, we have seen stabilization or recovery of travel activities in many of the markets where we operate," said James Liang, executive chairman of the group. "In China, travel activities hit bottom in February and have since been consistently on a recovery track. We have full confidence that the industry will return and reach new high as the pandemic recedes."

According to the group, tourism consumption gradually warms up as the country enters the stage of regular epidemic prevention and control. Since mid-April, the number of air tickets booked through Trip.com has grown significantly, with ticket sales of scenic spots increasing 94 percent month on month and packaged tours including tourist sites and hotels more than doubled from March.

More than 350 destinations at home and abroad, 500 air routes and 10,000 hotels have joined the group's plan to revive the pandemic-hit travel industry.

 

来自: xinhua