Air China released its July international flight plan on July 19, and 24 international routes can be implemented each week, including 19 diversion routes in Beijing, 3 related routes in Shanghai, and 2 related routes in Chengdu. The specific flight plan and the first entry point plan for Beijing are as follows:
Delta plans to operate two flights a week in Shanghai in July
With the approval of the government, delta plans to open routes from Detroit and Seattle to Shanghai (via Incheon). There are weekly flights in every city.
Air New Zealand: the first official announcement after five one adjustments
In addition to the above airlines, as one of the first foreign airlines approved to fly back to Shanghai, Air New Zealand officially announced to resume the Auckland Shanghai passenger route this month, following the notice on adjusting international passenger flights recently issued by CAAC.