On March 15 and 16, the Civil Aviation Administration of China announced the suspension of a further four international flights.
Seven passengers tested positive for COVID-19 on flight H9787 from Kathmandu arriving in Chongqing, China on March 3.
Ten passengers tested positive for COVID-19 on flight SV884, arriving in Guangzhou, China from Riyadh on March 4.
Five passengers tested positive for COVID-19 on flight LO93 from Warsaw arriving in Tianjin, China on March 4.
Five passengers tested positive for COVID-19 on flight HY501, arriving in Xi’an, China from Tashkent on March 4.
Quota for these flights shall not be used for other routes. If a flight triggers the circuit breaker mechanism during the period before the suspension begins, future suspension times will accumulate.
The CAAC also requires the above-mentioned four airlines appease their passengers and handle refunds or appropriate changes.
Author | Russell (intern)
Editor | Hannah, Jerry