China News Service, June 29. According to the website of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, on June 28, the Civil Aviation Administration issued another circuit breaker order to implement circuit breaker measures on 8 flights including Turkish Airlines flight TK72 (Istanbul to Guangzhou).

  The Turkish Airlines flight TK72 (Istanbul to Guangzhou) that entered on June 15 has 7 confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia passengers. Since July 18, the operation of this flight has continued to be suspended for 2 times.

Korean Air flight KE865 (Seoul to Guangzhou), which entered on June 15, was confirmed to have 5 cases of new coronary pneumonia, and Singapore Tiger Airways Co., Ltd. flight TR180 (Singapore to Nanjing), which entered on June 16, confirmed 5 cases of new coronary pneumonia. China Eastern Airlines flight MU588 (New York to Fuzhou), which entered on June 16, has 5 confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia passengers. Since July 4, the operation of KE865 flight, TR180 flight, and MU588 flight (entry on Thursday) will be suspended respectively.

There were 10 confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in Air France flight AF382 (Paris to Tianjin) that entered on June 17, and 13 confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in China Eastern Airlines flight MU208 (Toronto to Hangzhou) that entered on June 19. Inbound Air China flight CA934 (Paris to Tianjin) has 10 confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia passengers. Since July 11, the operation of AF382 flight, MU208 flight and CA934 flight will continue to be suspended for 4 flights.

June 20th, June 20th, June 20th, June 20th, June 20th, June 20th, June 20th Airline flight HO1608 (Helsinki to Hangzhou) confirmed 10 cases of new coronary pneumonia passengers. Since July 18th, the flight has continued to be suspended for 4 flights.

The above-mentioned fuse flights cannot be used for other routes.

  The Civil Aviation Administration requires the above seven airlines to do a good job in providing services such as reassurance for passengers on subsequent flights and ticket refunds and changes.

Screenshot of the website of the Civil Aviation Administration of China

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