Six flights to China got penalized

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Cancelled Flights

For an overview of all the suspended flights, please visit this page here.

On July 1, the Civil Aviation Administration of China announced penalties for the following six international flights:

  • China Southern’s Flight CZ8314
    • From Phnom Penh to Guangzhou
  • Oman Air’s Flight WY851
    • From Muscat to Guangzhou
  • Saudi Arabian Airlines’ Flight SV884
    • From Riyadh to Guangzhou
  • JC Airlines’ Flight QD738
    • From Phnom Penh to Chengdu
  • Air Algerie’s Flight AH3060
    • From Algiers to Chengdu
  • KLM Royal Dutch Airlines’ Flight KL891
    • From Amsterdam to Chengdu

On June 21, nine passengers on flight CZ8314 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, the flight will be suspended for two weeks starting July 12.

On June 18, five passengers on flight WY851 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, the flight will be suspended for two weeks starting July 5.

On June 17, six passengers on flight SV884 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, the flight will be suspended for two weeks starting July 5.

On June 19, ten passengers on flight QD738 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, the flight will be suspended for four weeks starting July 5 and the reward flights QD696 and QD697 are canceled.

On June 17, five passengers on flight AH3060 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, the flight will be operating at a load factor of no more than 40% for 4 weeks starting July 5.

On June 20, six passengers on flight KL891 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, the flight will be suspended for two weeks starting July 12.

Since this flight is an award flight of KL857 (Amsterdam to Shanghai), KL981/982 flights will be canceled and restrict KL857 (Amsterdam to Shanghai) to operate at a load factor of no more than 40% for 4 weeks starting July 5.