China plans to extend curbs on international flights until June 30, says US embassy

China plans to extend curbs on international flights until June 30, says US embassy
China plans to extend curbs on international flights until June 30, says US embassy

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - An aircraft takes off at Hongqiao International Airport in Shanghai, following the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) outbreak, China May 19, 2020. — Reuters pic

BEIJING, May 29 — Chinese civil aviation authorities plan to extend until June 30 their curbs on international flights to contain the spread of the coronavirus, the US embassy in Beijing said in a travel advisory today.

China has drastically cut such flights since March to allay concerns over infections brought by arriving passengers. A so-called “Five One” policy allows mainland carriers to fly just one flight a week on one route to any country and foreign airlines to operate just one flight a week to China.

Washington has accused Beijing of making it impossible for US airlines to resume service to China and ordered four Chinese airlines to file flight schedules with the US government. Delta Air Lines and United Airlines wanted to resume flights to China in June, the US Transportation Department has noted.

US airlines are not flying to China at all because they suspended services before the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) imposed restrictions on air travel.

Chinese airlines have over the past few days submitted flight schedules to the US Department of Transportation, Reuters searches on a US government website showed.

China Southern Airlines is proposing to add more flights to multiple US cities from July, while China Eastern Airlines is aiming to ramp up capacity from September, according to the US government website.

When asked about the US embassy statement on the extension of restrictions, a CAAC news department official told Reuters there was no change to the existing rules.

The maximum number of international flights now allowed is 134 a week under restrictions imposed on March 29.

State media has reported that China’s aviation authority would consider increasing international flights as long as imported coronavirus risks are under control, citing the agency’s deputy director Li Jian.

China has brought the outbreak largely under control with draconian lockdowns and quarantine rules. No new confirmed cases were reported in the mainland yesterday. The total number of infections stand at 82,995, of which 1,734 are imported. — Reuters

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