China’s civil aviation authority stated it’s discussing with its counterparts in sure international locations the potential of progressively growing international passenger flights in and in another country.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, the civil aviation authority has taken scientific, focused and dynamic measures to mainly hold common flights with 54 international locations, whereas successfully stopping cross-border transmission of the virus, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) stated.
To orderly organize more international flights is conducive to China’s economic system, trade of individuals with different international locations and sustainable growth of the civil aviation sector, the administration stated.
About 12.07 million passenger journeys had been made in May, leaping 53.2 p.c from the earlier month, information from the CAAC confirmed. The whole air transport turnover hit 3.89 billion ton-km final month, surging 31.8 p.c month-on-month, whereas the amount of mail and cargo transported went up 17 p.c month-on-month to 491,000 tons, in accordance to the CAAC.