The Civil Aviation Authority issued circuit breakers for three incoming flights

2022-09-23 0 By

Beijing, Feb. 19 (By Liu Jia) — The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) issued a circuit breaker instruction to Myanmar Airlines Flight 8M711 on February 17, according to the CAAC.On February 15, circuit breakers were imposed on Mahan Air flight W5081 from Tehran to Guangzhou and Etihad Airways flight EY862 from ABU Dhabi to Shanghai.According to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), seven COVID-19 cases were confirmed in Myanmar International Airlines Flight 8M711 (Yangon to Guangzhou) on February 8, and two flights of Myanmar Airlines flight 8M711 have been suspended since February 28.The amount of fusible flights shall not be used for other routes.The Iranian Mahan Air flight W5081 (Teheran to Guangzhou), which entered The country on February 7, has been suspended for 2 flights since March 28 after 9 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among passengers.Etihad Airways flight EY862 (ABU Dhabi to Shanghai), which entered the United Arab Emirates on February 7, has suspended two flights since February 28 after eight confirmed cases of COVID-19 among passengers.The above – mentioned traffic volume shall not be used for other routes.The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) ordered the three airlines to provide comfort to passengers and refund or change tickets for subsequent flights.