The civil Aviation authority issued circuit breakers for six inbound flights from Seoul, South Korea and elsewhere

2022-06-18 0 By

On March 23, the Civil Aviation Administration of China issued another circuit breaker order to implement circuit breaker measures on six flights including TW605 (Seoul to Jinan) of Dulwich Airlines of Korea.According to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), there were 9 confirmed CASES of COVID-19 in TW605 flight (From Seoul to Jinan), which entered Korea on March 11. Considering that TW605 flight (from Seoul to Jinan) is a bonus flight of TW615 flight (from Seoul to Wuhan) (TW605/6 flight has been cancelled since March 14 due to flight melt-down),Since March 28, TW615 has been suspended for 2 flights.Korean Air Flight KE831 (From Seoul to Shenyang), which entered The country on March 12, has been suspended for four flights since March 28 after 11 cases of COVID-19 were confirmed among passengers.Spanish national airline IB2821 (Madrid to Shanghai), which entered The country on March 15 with 6 confirmed cases of COVID-19, has been suspended for 2 flights since April 4.Six COVID-19 cases were confirmed in Korean Air Seoul flight RS821 (From Seoul to Qingdao) on March 15. Since RS821 (from Seoul to Qingdao) is an award flight of RS831 (from Seoul to Yantai) (RS821/2 has been cancelled since March 21 due to a flight meltdown),Continue to suspend RS831 flight 2.Lufthansa flight LH728 (Frankfurt to Shanghai), which entered The country on March 15, reported 5 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Since April 4, two flights of FLIGHT LH728 (inbound on Tuesday) have been suspended.Leos airlines flight NO946 (milan to tianjin), which entered Italy on March 18, reported 10 confirmed COVID-19 cases. In view of two consecutive flights with more than 10 confirmed COVID-19 cases, a total of 8 flights of flight NO946 have been suspended since March 23.The above – mentioned traffic volume shall not be used for other routes.The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) ordered the six airlines to provide comfort to passengers and refund or change tickets for subsequent flights.