As there are some China-bound flights suspended in recent days, today we will share the updates in order to help you plan your travel in advance.
In early June, China eased restrictions on international passenger flights contingent on epidemic risks being under control.
The authorities have launched measures including “circuit breaker” directive and the five-week suspension on certain flights in an effort to prevent imported COVID-19 cases.
Under the policy, airlines must suspend flights on a route for a week if five passengers test positive for coronavirus. If the number exceeds 10, the airline must suspend the flights for four weeks.
Last week, we’ve posted that a China Southern Airlines‘ flight and an Ethiopian Airlines‘ flight to be suspended. You can click the following link to take a review:
According to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), there will more flights to be suspended after passengers tested positive for COVID-19 in the upcoming weeks. Please check the latest info if you are going to travel to China.
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Some passengers on the above-mentioned flights have been tested positive for the novel coronavirus as reported.
According to the CAAC, Mahan Air’s Flight W5081, Neos Air’s Flight NO946 and Flight NO976, Turkish Airlines’ Flight TK72, Polish Airlines’ LO093 departing before November 2nd will not be affected.
If you have bought the tickets for the involved flight during the suspension period, please contact the airline to change the flight as soon as possible.
We will keep following the updates on the entry policies and information about international flights to China. Stay tuned!
If you have any questions about coming to China, please feel free to contact HACOS!
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SOURCE | CAAC / 新京报 / SilkRoadPost