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Oh Boy! The CAAC suspends 15 flights to China

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Cancelled Flights

On July 5, the CAAC (Civil Aviation Administration of China) announced suspension against the following FIFTEEN flights:

  • China Eastern flight MU220 from Frankfurt to Shanghai
  • China Eastern flight MU562 from Sydney to Kunming
  • China Eastern flight MU568 from Singapore to Nanchang
  • Lufthansa flight LH728 from Frankfurt to Shanghai
  • Sriwijaya Air flight SJ3184 from Jakarta to Hangzhou
  • Ethiopian Airlines flight ET606 from Addis Ababa to Guangzhou
  • Emirates flight EK362 from Dubai to Guangzhou
  • Air Canada flight AC025 from Vancouver to Shanghai
  • Condor flight DE2366 from Frankfurt to Jinan
  • Korean Air flight KE865 from Seoul to Guangzhou
  • Scoot flight TR138 from Singapore to Tianjin
  • T’Way Air flight TW615 from Seoul to Wuhan
  • Uzbekistan Airways flight HY501 from Tashkent to Xi’an
  • LOT flight LO93 from Warsaw to Tianjin
  • Scoot flight TR180 from Singapore to Nanjing
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On June 18, 5 passengers on flight LH728, 9 passengers on flight SJ3184, 6 passengers on flight ET606, 6 passengers on flight EK362, and 5 passengers on flight AC25 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result:

  • LH728 (Wednesday flight) was suspended for two weeks starting July 4.
  • SJ3184 was suspended for two weeks starting July 4.
  • ET606 was suspended for two weeks starting July 4.
  • EK362 was suspended for two weeks starting August 1.
  • AC25 (Friday flight) was suspended for two weeks starting July 4.

On June 22, 5 passengers on flight MU220, 9 passengers on flight MU562, 6 passengers on flight DE2366, 10 passengers on flight KE865, 9 passengers on flight TR138, and 5 passengers on flight TW615 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result:

  • MU220 was suspended for two weeks starting July 11.
  • MU562 was suspended for four weeks starting August 8.
  • DE2366 was suspended for two weeks starting August 1.
  • KE865 was suspended for four weeks starting July 18.
  • TR138 was suspended for two weeks starting July 11.
  • TW615 was suspended for two weeks starting July 11.

On June 23, 5 passengers on flight HY501, 6 passengers on flight LO93, and 5 passengers on flight TR180 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result:

  • HY501 was suspended for two weeks starting July 11.
  • LO93 was suspended for two weeks starting July 11
  • TR180 was suspended for two weeks starting July 18.

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.