Earlier in this month The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) announced the new policy, initiating a reward and circuit breaker mechanism to contain the number of imported COVID-19 cases, while allowing more domestic and overseas airlines to increase the number of international passenger flights in and out of China.
Here are the latest international flight schedules of domestic and foreign airlines in July.
Air China will operate 24 international routes per week from July 1st to 31st, including 19 routes from Beijing, 3 routes from Shanghai, and 2 routes from Chengdu. The specific flight schedules and the first point of entry plans for the Beijing region are as follows:
China Eastern Airlines
China Eastern Airlines and Shanghai Airlines will operate 21 international routes per week from July 1st to 31st, including 18 routes from Shanghai, 3 routes from Kunming and 3 routes from Nanjing. The specific flight schedules are as follows:
China Southern Airlines
China Southern Airlines will operate 18 international routes in July. Please click the link below to get the specific flight schedules:
The specific international flight schedules of Xiamen Airlines in July and August are as follows:
Some foreign airlines have also successively released their latest flight schedules to Chinese mainland in July.
Singapore Airlines and Silk Air
All Nippon Airways
Air France has gradually resumed the Paris-Shanghai route from June 18, but will not carry passengers on the return journey.
Air New Zealand
Air New Zealand has 18 international routes in July.
Delta Air Lines
Delta Air Lines will resume the Seattle-Shanghai Pudong route twice a week from June 25th to 30th, which will stop at Incheon Airport in Seoul. From July, the Delta Air Lines will open the Seattle-Shanghai Pudong and Detroit-Shanghai Pudong routes once a week, which will also stop at Incheon Airport.
·June 25th—June 30th
·July 2nd—October 24th
Written by Ariel
Edited by Nan, Jerry