China to resume direct flights from overseas to Beijing airport No Japanese flights included September 2 at 10:41 p.m.
The Chinese government has announced that it will allow direct flights from abroad to Beijing’s airports, which had been restricted to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, for the first time in about five months in some countries.
The Chinese government has restricted direct flights from overseas cities to Beijing’s airports since March in an order to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.
In order to improve the hub function and transportation efficiency of the international airport, the Chinese government announced on February 2 that it would allow direct flights to some countries for the first time in about five months from March 3.
Flights from Japan are not included on nine routes in eight countries: Thailand, Cambodia, Pakistan, Greece, Denmark, Austria, Sweden and Canada.
The Chinese government has said it will restrict the number of passengers allowed to board at one time and to have MORE than four passengers infected after reopening, depending on the number of infected passengers, or temporarily ban them from entering China.