387 Chinese passengers stranded at Manila airport in the Philippines return home safely

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 387 Chinese passengers stranded at Manila airport in the Philippines return home safely


For three days, under the coordination of the Chinese Embassy in the Philippines, 10 flights of Philippine Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Air China International, Cathay Pacific and China Southern Airlines cooperated with each other to assist 387 stranded Chinese passengers to return to their motherland.

On the morning of April 4, Ambassador Huang Xilian told China news agency that after urgent negotiation, China and the Philippines have arranged for all compatriots staying in Manila International Airport to return home, which is gratifying!

At 9:00 a.m. on February 2, the Philippines announced that in response to the spread of pneumonia caused by the new coronavirus, from that day on, all passengers from mainland China, Hong Kong and Macao who have come directly to the Philippines or visited mainland China, Hong Kong and Macao SAR in the past 14 days, regardless of nationality, are temporarily prohibited from entering the country.

(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: u5811557, container: ssp_, async: true});}) (); at the time of announcement, several flights of China Southern Airlines, Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific Airlines were flying to Manila from Guangzhou, Shanghai and other places in China. After the landing of the flight, the Chinese passengers on board face the dilemma of not being able to enter the customs. After receiving the report from the Chinese Embassy in the Philippines, counsellor and Consul General Luo Gang immediately led several librarians to Manila International Airport to assist the stranded passengers. During this period, the embassy negotiated with the management of Manila International Airport to properly arrange the passengers waiting to return home. Philippine volunteers brought chairs and travel bags, and snacks for children. Local Chinese media actively reported relevant information, and many Chinese communities sent food, drinks, etc. Chinese passengers stranded in the airport also spontaneously organized groups of passengers from Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou to maintain order and wait quietly. Han Ming, a tourist from Shanghai, told China News Agency on March 3 that although there was an emergency, we were relieved by your help. Thank you for your strong motherland, your embassy in Philippines, and your compatriots in Philippines and China! Source: editor in charge of China News Network: Han Jiapeng Peng nn9841

At the time of the announcement, several flights of China Southern Airlines, Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific Airlines were flying to Manila from Guangzhou and Shanghai, China. After the landing of the flight, the Chinese passengers on board face the dilemma of not being able to enter the customs.

After receiving the report from the Chinese Embassy in the Philippines, counsellor and Consul General Luo Gang immediately led several librarians to Manila International Airport to assist the stranded passengers. During this period, the embassy negotiated with the management of Manila International Airport to properly arrange the passengers waiting to return home. Philippine volunteers brought chairs and travel bags, and snacks for children. Local Chinese media actively reported relevant information, and many Chinese communities sent food, drinks, etc.

Chinese passengers stranded in the airport also spontaneously organized groups of passengers from Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou to maintain order and wait quietly. Han Ming, a tourist from Shanghai, told China News Agency on March 3 that although there was an emergency, we were relieved by your help. Thank you for your strong motherland, your embassy in Philippines, and your compatriots in Philippines and China!