Yesterday (June 18th) China Southern Airline released its latest international flight schedule for July. According to the announcement, next month the carrier will execute a total of 18 international flights per week.
The airline also indicated that due to the anti-pandemic policy, the tickets for certain flights on July 2nd, 9th and 16th are not available now. The flights include one-way flight from Manila to Guangzhou and round-trip flights from Guangzhou to Kathmandu and Dhaka.
According to a new policy, the civil administration will have a reward and circuit breaker mechanism to contain the number of imported COVID-19 cases, while allowing more domestic and overseas airlines to increase the number of international passenger flights in and out of China.
If the number of passengers who have a positive nucleic acid test stands at zero for three consecutive weeks on the same route, airlines will be allowed to add one additional flight per week on the route as a bonus. But the airline will suspend the operation of the route for one week if five or more passengers test positive for the coronavirus. If the number exceeds 10, the airline will suspend flights on the route for four weeks. Flights could resume operation after the "circuit breaker" period.
The specific flight schedules are as follows (please refer to the local time):
Passenger must make themselves aware of the constantly changing situation throughout the world and establish what, if any, quarantine, testing or other restrictions are in place at entry point of their destination.
Editors: Keane & Jerry