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During the peak period of China-France passenger flights, 33 flights will be implemented on the same day!

On April 7, the People's Republic of China and the French Republic issued a joint statement. Among them, Article 21, China and France support the airlines of the two countries in a coordinated manner between the civil aviation departments of the two countries to resume the implementation of the "Air Traffic Agreement between the Government of the People's Republic of China and the Government of the French Republic" signed on June 1, 1966 and Relevant aviation rights arrangements are the goal, and air connectivity will be restored to pre-epidemic levels as soon as possible. Airlines of the two countries should enjoy fair and equal opportunities when operating flights between China and France.  The two countries support deepening people and economic exchanges, including visa facilitation for private sector personnel and business people from both countries. According to the data of Fei Changzhun, the peak period of passenger flights between China and France is September

Bangkok Airways to operate "closed" flights from Bangkok to Phuket in support of "sandbox" program

Bangkok Airways has announced that it will operate two special "closed" flights daily from Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) to Phuket from February 1 this year in support of Thailand's "sandbox" plan for Phuket.   The "closed" flights from Bangkok to Phuket will be operated with ATR72-600 aircraft. The first daily outbound flight PG5275 departs Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi International Airport) at 12:00 and arrives at Phuket International Airport at 14:05. The second outbound flight PG5279 departs Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi Airport) at 1710 hours and arrives at Phuket International Airport at 1915 hours.   Passengers travelling on the above special flights must follow the requirements of the Thai Government's New Crown Epidemic Management Center and be prepared with complete documentation and related documents.

U.S. suspends 44 flights from 4 Chinese flight companies

According to the Global Times, the U.S. government announced on Jan. 21 local time that it will suspend 44 flights to China operated by four Chinese airlines from the United States.  According to Reuters, the measure will take effect from January 30 until March 29 and involves four airlines - Xiamen Airlines, Air China, China Southern Airlines and China Eastern Airlines.  Meanwhile, the U.S. Department of Transportation threatened to revisit its actions if China revises its policies "to bring about the necessary improvements for U.S. airlines. It also claimed that if China cancels more flights, "we reserve the right to take additional action."

UAE announces ban on flying drones

 The UAE Ministry of Interior announced on January 22nd local time that flying drones and light sport aircraft is banned with immediate effect.   Organizations that need to use drones for advertising or commercial filming must communicate with the relevant parties in advance to obtain a flight permit.   The Ministry of the Interior said that the ban was issued to ensure the safety of people's lives and property following a recent incident of drone abuse. The Ministry of the Interior reminded that anyone who does not comply with the rules during the "no-fly" period will be held liable.

Delingha sudden 5.8 magnitude earthquake, the airport flight protection all normal

  At 10:21 on January 23, a 5.8 magnitude earthquake occurred in Delingha, Haixi Prefecture, Qinghai, with a depth of 8 km and the epicenter location about 150 km from the airport.   The airport was in the process of securing flights when the earthquake occurred, and there were obvious tremors. The emergency command center of Delingha Airport notified all departments to check facilities and equipment at 10:25 according to the earthquake emergency plan and key equipment checklist, and reported the earthquake situation to Qinghai Airport Company according to the information reporting process. All departments promptly organized staff to check all facilities and equipment, and after checking everything was normal, on-site security personnel organized passengers to board the plane in an orderly manner, and the flight took off normally at 10:43.   After the flight, the airport branch again organized all staff to carry out a comprehensive inspection of facilities and equipment, runway surface

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