Cancellation of flights in China and 106 international flights to Shanghai will be redirected to other cities in China

The Deputy Director of the Department of Transportation of the Civil Aviation Administration of China said at a press conference today that in order to ease the burden of epidemic prevention and control in Shanghai, the Joint Prevention and Control Mechanism of the State Council decided that from March 21 to May 1, 2022, some international passenger flights arriving in Shanghai will be rerouted to other cities in China - a total of 22 air routes from 5 airlines, totaling 106 flights. The entry points of the above flights will be moved from Shanghai Pudong Airport to 12 new airports, including Chengdu, Dalian, Fuzhou, Hangzhou, Jinan, Kunming, Nanchang, Ningbo, Xiamen, Taiyuan, Changsha and Chongqing.


The new rules include adjustments to flights by Air China, China Eastern Airlines, Shanghai Airlines, Juneyao Airlines and Spring Airlines and some other airlines, for a total of 106 flights.

At the press conference, it was also reported that the Civil Aviation Administration requires the relevant airlines to promptly inform passengers who have bought tickets about changes in flights to protect the rights and interests of consumers. Passengers are asked to pay attention to specific information published on the official website of your airline.


While Shanghai's international flights are about to be diverted, Shenyang Airport announced today that due to epidemic prevention and control, flights at Shenyang Taoxian International Airport have been canceled today and terminal operations are currently suspended.


It is worth noting that in this wave of localized outbreaks, Liaoning province, where Shenyang is located, is not the most serious of the confirmed cases. According to the latest data, from 0 to 24:00 on March 14, 3,507 new local cases were registered in China, including 3,076 in Jilin, 106 in Shandong, 53 in Shaanxi, 51 in Tianjin, 48 in Guangdong, 33 in Fujian. in Zhejiang - 31. In Liaoning - 24, in Jiangsu - 20, in Hebei - 13, in Chongqing - 10, in Shanghai - 9, in Heilongjiang - 7, in Gansu - 7, in Beijing - 6, in Guangxi - 4, in Yunnan - 4, in Guizhou - 1, in Guizhou - 1.


As of 09:50 on March 15, Changchun Longjia Airport canceled 31 flights with a cancellation rate of 60.78%, Qingdao Jiaodong Airport canceled 182 flights with a cancellation rate of 80.53%, Xi'an Xianyang Airport canceled 152 flights with a cancellation rate of 80.53% . Tianjin Binhai Airport canceled 131 flights with a cancellation rate of 83.97%; Shenzhen Bao'an Airport canceled 359 flights with a cancellation rate of 80.49%; Hangzhou Xiaoshan Airport canceled 217 flights with a cancellation rate of 43.57%; Fuzhou Changle Airport canceled 84 flights, the cancellation rate was 40.19%; Shanghai Hongqiao Airport canceled 282 flights with a cancellation rate of 60.00%; Beijing Capital Airport canceled 238 flights with a cancellation rate of 43.51%; Beijing Daxing Airport canceled 176 flights with a cancellation rate of 40.00%.


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