The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) recently has issued a notice that all airlines should arrange flight schedule strictly according to the Five Ones policy, and apply for the schedule to CAAC in advance. Specifically, airlines should apply for flight schedules for June and July in May, August’s schedules in June and September’s schedules in July.
This may mean the Five Ones policy will continue until October 2020. The Five Ones allow each Chinese airline to fly one route once a week to any one country. Foreign airlines can send one flight a week to one city in China.
Meanwhile, CAAC reaffirmed that airlines should not sell tickets for flights that won’t take place. Here are the latest international flight schedules of domestic airlines in June.
From June 1, 2020 to June 30, 2020, Air China will be able to operate a total of 24 international routes per week, including 19 routes from Beijing, 3 routes from Shanghai, and 2 routes from Chengdu. The specific flight plans and first point of entry plans for the Beijing region are as follows:
China Eastern Airlines:
From May 31 to June 30, 2020, China Eastern Airlines and Shanghai Airlines will execute a total of 19 international flights per week, including 16 flights from Shanghai, 2 flights from Kunming and 1 flight from Nanjing. The specific flight schedules are as follows (please refer to the local time):
China Southern Airlines:
On June, China Southern Airlines will execute a total of 20 international flights per week, including 16 flights from Guangzhou, 2 flights from Shenyang, 1 flight from Urumqi and 1 flight from Shanghai. The specific flight schedules are as follows (please refer to the local time):
Reported by Nan & Zoey
Edited by Keane