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Oh Boy! The CAAC suspends 10 more flights to China

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Cancelled Flights

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

  • Hainan Airlines flight HU492 from Brussels to Xi’an.
  • Sichuan Airlines flight 3U3816 from Saint Petersburg to Chengdu.
  • China Southern flight CZ8372 from Moscow to Shenzhen (dual suspension).
  • Hainan Airlines flight HU7986 from Moscow to Xi’an.
  • Air China flight CA930 from Tokyo to Shanghai.
  • China Eastern flight MU5042 from Seoul to Jinan.
  • Air China flight CA910 from Moscow to Hohhot.
  • Lufthansa flight LH722 from Frankfurt to Beijing.
  • Pakistan International Airlines flight PK870 from Islamabad to Chengdu.
  • Aeroflot flight SU200 from Moscow to Beijing.
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On July 31, 5 passengers on flight HU492 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, the Saturday flight of HU492 got suspended for two weeks starting August 15.

On August 4, 12 passengers on flight 3U3816 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, 3U3816 got suspended for four weeks starting August 29.

On August 5, 11 passengers on flight CZ8372 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, CZ8372 got suspended for four weeks starting August 22.

On August 10, 17 passengers on flight HU7986, 7 passengers on flight LH722, and 8 passengers on flight PK870 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

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

  • HU7986 was suspended for one week starting September 26 (percentage of infected passengers account for 4% or more of total passengers).
  • LH722 was suspended for one week starting August 29 (percentage of infected passengers account for 4% or more of total passengers).
  • PK870 was suspended for one week starting August 29 (percentage of infected passengers account for 4% or more of total passengers).

On August 11, 10 passengers on flight CA930, and 23 passengers on flight SU200 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

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

  • CA930 was suspended for one week starting August 29 (percentage of infected passengers account for 4% or more of total passengers).
  • SU200 was suspended for two weeks starting September 5 (percentage of infected passengers account for 8% or more of total passengers).

On August 12, 8 passengers on flight MU5042, and 10 passengers on flight CZ8372 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

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

  • MU5042 was suspended for one week starting August 29 (percentage of infected passengers account for 4% or more of total passengers).
  • CZ8372 was suspended for one week starting September 19 (percentage of infected passengers account for 4% or more of total passengers).

On August 13, 8 passengers on flight CA910 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, and based on the new suspension rules, CA910 was suspended for two weeks starting September 12 (percentage of infected passengers account for 8% or more 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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