55 Medium & High-risk Areas in China Right Now: Details & FAQ

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According to the State Council of the People’s Republic of China, there were 5 high-risk locations and 50 medium-risk areas in China as of 10:00 AM on July 29, 2021. The National Health Commission reported that the Chinese mainland recorded 24 new locally transmitted COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, with 20 in Jiangsu, three in Sichuan, … Read more

Two flights to Xi’an resumed operations

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The following two flights have resumed operations from suspension starting June 15: Beijing Capital Airlines’ flight JD430 from Lisbon to Xi’an. Condor’s flight DE8442 from Frankfurt to Xi’an. For the up-to-date list of suspended flights, please visit this page.

Flight CA910 suspended for two weeks

Cancelled Flights

For an overview of all the suspended flights, please visit this page here. On June 9, the Civil Aviation Administration of China announced the suspension of Air China’s Flight CA910 from Moscow to Nanjing for two weeks starting June 14. On May 29, five passengers on that flight tested positive for the novel coronavirus. The Air … Read more

Three Flights Resumed Operations to China

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The following three flights have resumed operations from suspension starting June 8: China Southern’s flight CZ6044 from Nairobi to Changsha. Saudi Arabian’ flight SV884 from Riyadh to Guangzhou. Sichuan Airlines’ Flight 3U8392 from Cairo to Chengdu. For the up-to-date list of suspended flights, please visit this page.

Three flights to China got penalized

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On June 3, the Civil Aviation Administration of China announced penalties for the following three international flights: KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Flight KL891 (Amsterdam to Chengdu) Air France Flight AF382 (Paris to Tianjin) Pakistan International Airlines Flight PK854 (Islamabad to Xi’an) On May 20, five passengers on flight KL891 tested positive for the novel coronavirus. … Read more

Two more flights to China penalized

Cancelled Flights

On May 27, the Civil Aviation Administration announced a suspension against Condor’s flight DE8442 from Frankfurt to Xi’an and a passenger load control on Aeroflot’s flight SU208 from Moscow to Shanghai. On May 16, five passengers on flight DE8442 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.  As a result, the flight will be suspended for two … Read more

Two flights to China suspended

Cancelled Flights

On May 26, the Civil Aviation Administration announced the suspension of two international flights: EgyptAir’s flight MS958 from Cairo to Guangzhou Beijing Capital Airlines’ flight JD430 from Lisbon to Xi’an. On May 14, five passengers on flight MS958 tested positive for the novel coronavirus. Starting June 7, flight MS958 will continue to be suspended for … Read more

Five Flights to China Resumed

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The following five flights have resumed operations from suspension starting May 25: US Bangla Airlines’ flight BS325 from Dhaka to Guangzhou. Rwandair’s flight WB9500 from Kigali to Guangzhou. Air France’s Flight AF198 from Paris to Shanghai. Iraqi Airways’ Flight IA473 from Baghdad to Guangzhou. Air China’s Flight CA942 from Dubai to Guangzhou. For the up-to-date … Read more

Flight MS958 suspended for two weeks

Cancelled Flights

For an overview of all the suspended flights, please visit this page here. On May 20, the Civil Aviation Administration of China announced the suspension of EgyptAir’s Flight MS958 from Cairo to Guangzhou for two weeks starting May 24. On May 7, seven passengers on that flight tested positive for the novel coronavirus. The EgyptAir’s Flights … Read more

Six International flights subjected to suspension and load control

Cancelled Flights

For an overview of all the suspended flights, please check this page here. On May 19, the Civil Aviation Administration of China announced the suspension of the following four international flights for two weeks starting May 24: China Southern’s Flight CZ6044 from Nairobi to Changsha. Saudi Arabian’s Flight SV884 from Riyadh to Guangzhou. Pakistan International … Read more