Air China, China Southern Airlines, China Eastern Airlines and Shanghai Airlines, and Lufthansa have all released international flight schedules for January and through to March in the coming year.
Flights are prone to suspension due to the uncertainties of COVID-19 outbreak across the world.
Please check out flight information carefully when you make plans, and stay tuned for our updates.
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From January 1 to March 27, 2021, Air China will be operating a total of 30 international routes per week, including 20 routes from Beijing, 3 routes from Shanghai, 3 routes from Hangzhou, 3 routes from Chengdu, and 1 route from Shenzhen. The specific flight plans and first point of entry for the Beijing region are as follows:
China Southern Airlines
In January, China Southern Airlines will operate a total of 27 international flights per week. The specific flight schedules are as follows (please refer to the local times):
China Eastern Airlines
From January 1 to March 27, 2021, China Eastern Airlines and Shanghai Airlines will operate a total of 25 international flights per week, including 17 flights from Shanghai, 4 flights from Kunming, 1 flight from Nanjing, 1 flight from Hangzhou, 1 flight from Xi’an, and 1 flight from Yantai. The specific flight schedules are as follows (please refer to the local times):
Lufthansa (Dec. 2020 - Jan. 2021)
China suspends air flights between China and UK
Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin speaks at a news conference in Beijing, on Dec 22, 2020. [Photo/fmprc.gov.cn]
China suspended air flights between China and the United Kingdom considering the possible impact of a new variant of the coronavirus detected in the UK, Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said on Thursday.
The decision was also made with reference to other countries' practices, he said.
Source | Newsgd & China Daily