The Civil Aviation Authority issued circuit breakers for two flights

2022-05-20 0 By

China News on March 30On March 29, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) issued another circuit breaker order for Swiss International Airlines flight LX188 (Zurich to Shanghai) and Xiamen Airlines flight MF810 (Tokyo to Fuzhou), according to the CAAC website.According to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), Swiss International Airlines Flight LX188 (Zurich to Shanghai), which entered The country on March 21, reported 10 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Four flights of FLIGHT LX188 have been suspended since April 11.On March 16, xiamen Airlines flight MF810 (From Tokyo to Fuzhou) confirmed 5 cases of COVID-19 among passengers. Since xiamen Airlines flight MF809/10(from Tokyo to Fuzhou) increased from one reward flight per week to two reward flights per week, starting from April 4, one reward flight per week of MF809/10 will be cancelled and the operation of MF810 will be suspended for 2 weeks.After expiration, it can be operated by one shift per week, and the shift period can be selected independently.The above – mentioned traffic volume shall not be used for other routes.The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) asked the two airlines to do a good job in providing comfort to passengers and refund or change tickets for subsequent flights.Source: Chinanews.com