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Japanese Airlines Partially Resume Flights To China From October 2, 2020

Japanese Airlines Partially Resume Flights To China From October 2, 2020

Major Japanese Airlines Japan Airlines (JAL) and All Nippon Airways (ANA) announced on Thursday the resumption of several flights to China after a long break caused by the spread of the coronavirus.

According to JAL, from October 2, the company will restore flights between Narita airport in Tokyo and Guangzhou, and there will be one flight a week between them.

Also, flights to Dalian will resume from Narita in October, and flights will be made three times a week.

The flight schedule has been drawn up until October 23, and a further schedule will be presented later, the airline said.

For its part, ANA says its planes will fly from Narita to Qingdao and Guangzhou.

The airline's website says that from September 25, all passengers traveling from Japan to China will have to submit negative results of PCR tests conducted no more than 3 days before departure.

According to Kyodo News Agency, so far JAL has flown only one flight to China — from Narita to Dalian, while ANA has flown from Narita to Shanghai.

Japan Airlines (JAL) today revised its flight frequency plans for the month of October 2020. Starting October 2, JAL will reinstate service between Tokyo Narita=Guangzhou once per week. Reservations and sales for flights to Guangzhou will be available from September 24. (12:00 Japan Time) In addition, the carrier announced the decision to offer three flights per week between Tokyo Narita=Dalian throughout the month of October.

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