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Oh Boy! The CAAC suspends 5 more flights to China

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The CAAC (Civil Aviation Administration of China) announced suspension against the following FIVE flights:

  • Air China flight CA438 from Kathmandu to Chengdu.
  • China Southern flight CZ8140 from Islamabad to Wuhan.
  • Aeroflot flight SU208 from Moscow to Shanghai.
  • Air Seoul flight RS821 from Seoul to Qingdao.
  • Air Canada flight AC27 from Toronto to Shanghai.
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On August 7, 14 passengers on flight CA438, and 13 passengers on flight SU208 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, and based on the new suspension rules:

  • CA438 was suspended for two weeks starting August 22 (percentage of infected passengers account for 8% of total passengers).
  • SU208 was suspended for one week starting October 3 (percentage of infected passengers account for 4% of total passengers).

On August 8, 8 passengers on flight RS821, and 11 passengers on flight AC27 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, and based on the new suspension rules:

  • RS821 was suspended for one week starting August 29 (percentage of infected passengers account for 4% of total passengers).
  • AC27 (Sunday flight) was suspended for one week starting August 29 (percentage of infected passengers account for 4% of total passengers).

On August 9, 5 passengers on flight CZ8140 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, CZ8140 was suspended for one starting August 29 (percentage of infected passengers account for 4% of total passengers).

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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