Astonishing! CAAC suspends 12 flights to China

On December 30 and 31, the CAAC (Civil Aviation Administration of China) announced suspension against the following TWELVE flights:

  • LOT Polish Airlines flight LO93 from Warsaw to Tianjin
  • Citilink Indonesia flight QG 8816 from Jakarta to Kunming
  • KLM flight KL831 from Amsterdam to Hangzhou
  • Korean Air flight KE831 from Seoul to Shenyang
  • Kenya Airways flight KQ882 from Nairobi to Guangzhou
  • Air China flight CA722 from Minsk to Hohhot
  • Delta Airlines flight DL283 from Detroit to Shanghai
  • Air China flight CA910 from Moscow to Lanzhou
  • Air France AF198 from Paris to Shanghai
  • Lao flight QV815 from Vientiane to Kunming
  • Mahan Air flight W581 from Tehran to Guangzhou
  • Ethiopian Airlines flight ET684 from Addis Ababa to Shanghai
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On December 16, 5 passengers on flight LO93 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, LO93 will be suspended for two weeks starting January 3, 2022.

On December 17, 6 passengers on flight QG8816, 6 passengers on flight KL831 and 8 passengers on flight KE831 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, QG8816, KL831, and KE831 got suspended for two weeks each starting January 3, 2022. The reward flights KE805 (Seoul to Tianjin) and KE806 (Tianjin to Seoul) were canceled as well.

On December 18, 9 passengers on flight KQ882, 8 passengers on flight CA722, and 12 passengers on flight CA910 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, KQ882, and CA722 got suspended for two weeks starting January 3, 2022. The flight CA910 got suspended for 4 weeks starting January 3, 2022.

On December 19, 9 passengers on flight QV815 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, QV815 will be suspended for two weeks starting January 10, 2022.

On December 20, 7 passengers on flight DL283, and 8 passengers on flight W581 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, DL283 will be suspended for two weeks starting January 3, 2022 and W581 will be suspended for two weeks starting January 10, 2022.

On December 21, 5 passengers on flight ET684 and 10 passengers on flight AF198 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, ET684 will be suspended for two weeks starting January 17, 2022 and AF198 will be suspended for four weeks starting January 10, 2022.

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

For an overview of all the available direct flights to China, please visit this page here.

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