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Oh Boy! The CAAC suspends 11 flights to China

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Cancelled Flights

On July 1, the CAAC (Civil Aviation Administration of China) announced suspension against the following ELEVEN flights:

  • Spring Airlines flight 9C8530 from Phnom Penh to Guangzhou
  • China Southern flight CZ312 from Toronto to Guangzhou
  • Beijing Capital Airlines flight JD430 from Lisbon to Xi’an
  • Hainan Airlines flight HU492 from Brussels to Xi’an
  • Air China flight CA932 from Frankfurt to Chongqing
  • China Southern flight CZ3040 from Singapore to Guangzhou
  • Air China flight CA934 from Paris to Tianjin
  • US-Bangla Airlines flight BS325 from Dhaka to Guangzhou
  • United Airlines flight UA857 from San Francisco to Shanghai
  • KLM flight KL831 from Amsterdam to Hangzhou
  • Air Canada flight AC27 from Toronto to Shanghai
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On June 17, 7 passengers on flight 9C8530 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, 9C8530 was suspended for two weeks starting July 4.

On June 18, 7 passengers on flight CZ312 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, CZ312 was suspended for two weeks starting July 4.

On June 19, 5 passengers on flight JD430, 13 passengers on flight HU492, 5 passengers on flight CA932, 5 passengers on flight BS325, and 5 passengers on flight UA857 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result:

  • JD430 was suspended for two weeks starting July 25.
  • HU492 was suspended for four weeks starting July 11.
  • CA932 was suspended for two weeks starting July 4.
  • BS325 was suspended for two weeks starting July 4.
  • UA857 (Sunday flight) was suspended for two weeks starting July 4.

On June 20, 5 passengers on flight KL831, and 5 passengers on flight AC27 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result:

  • KL831 was suspended for two weeks starting July 11.
  • AC27 was suspended for two weeks starting July 1.

On June 23, 8 passengers on flight CZ3040, and 24 passengers on flight CA934 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result:

  • CZ3040 was suspended for two weeks starting July 11.
  • CA934 was suspended for four weeks starting August 8.

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.