The Civil Aviation Administration issued circuit breakers for two incoming flights

2022-08-04 0 By

On April 2, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) issued another circuit breaker order, imposing circuit breakers on Korean Air Flight KE865 from Seoul to Guangzhou and Jeju Air Flight 7C8905 from Seoul to Harbin, according to the CAAC website.According to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), Korean Air Flight KE865 (From Seoul to Guangzhou), which entered China on March 23, reported 9 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Two flights of the flight have been suspended since April 11.Jeju Airlines flight 7C8905 (Seoul to Harbin) confirmed 5 cases of COVID-19 in passengers who entered Korea on March 23. Since Flight 7C8905 (Seoul to Harbin) is an incentive flight 7C8501 (Seoul to Weihai) (flight 7C8905/6 has been cancelled since March 28 due to flight meltdown), effective from April 11,Continue to suspend flight 7C8501 for flight 2.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.(CCTV News)