U.S. officials: the U.S. government plans to change the no fly order against Air China

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 U.S. officials: the U.S. government plans to change the no fly order against Air China


The U.S. Department of transportation did not immediately comment.

On June 3 local time, the U.S. Department of transportation issued an order that it would suspend all regular passenger services of Chinese airlines to and from the United States. The Department claims that because China has not approved the re flight of American Airlines to China, the order is to make the two airlines can fully use their bilateral rights. The Chinese government allows the us to operate as many regular passenger flights as the Chinese airlines can.

The order will come into force on June 16, or ahead of schedule, with Air China, China Eastern, China Southern and Xiamen Airlines affected.

On April 4, CAAC issued new regulations according to the current situation of the epidemic, including the increase of flights in some eligible countries on the premise of prevention and control of the epidemic; based on the nucleic acid test results of passengers after landing of inbound flights, the measures of fusing and encouraging flights were implemented.

Zhang Zhonglin, a columnist of observer.com and commentator of civil aviation industry, pointed out in this comment that the United States deliberately created conflicts, thus creating an impression of China bullying the United States, thus shifting the growing contradictions within the United States, and did not really let American Airlines return to China. The essence of CAAC s notice is to kick the ball of Chinese and American flights back to the United States: I wrote clearly about the missed approach conditions, and you can see for yourself.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u6056789,container:ssp_ 6056789, async:true });} (); however, CAAC did not reply at that time. A spokesman for American Airlines said the company still adhered to its original plan and hoped to resume flights to China by the end of October. On June 4, foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian responded to the incident by saying that the US Department of transportation announced that it would not approve the regular passenger flights of Chinese air transport enterprises to the us from June 16, which we regret very much. It is understood that CAAC is negotiating with the U.S. Department of transportation. As far as I know, CAAC and the U.S. Department of transportation have been maintaining close communication on the flight arrangements between the two countries, and the two sides have already made some progress. China has also announced relevant policy adjustments. We hope that the US side will not create obstacles for both sides to solve the problem. Relevant recommendation: CAAC announces new deal experts of international flights: what are the conditions for us airlines to resume China after overall consideration? CAAC responded to CAAC: moderately increase flight growth in some eligible countries. Ministry of Foreign Affairs: CAAC has made a serious negotiation with the U.S. Department of transportation. Source: observer net editor in charge: Luo Chongwei_ NB12082

However, CAAC did not reply at that time.

A spokesman for American Airlines said the company still adhered to its original plan and hoped to resume flights to China by the end of October.

On June 4, foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian responded to the incident by saying that the US Department of transportation announced that it would not approve the regular passenger flights of Chinese air transport enterprises to the us from June 16, which we regret very much. It is understood that CAAC is negotiating with the U.S. Department of transportation.

As far as I know, CAAC and the U.S. Department of transportation have been maintaining close communication on the flight arrangements between the two countries, and the two sides have already made some progress. China has also announced relevant policy adjustments. We hope that the US side will not create obstacles for both sides to solve the problem.