China will arrange flights to return stranded travelers abroad

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — China will regulate flights or arrange special flights to bring stranded passengers out of the country due to the new coronavirus (2019-nCoV) epidemic.

Some foreign airlines have cut or canceled flights due to the epidemic, leaving some passengers stranded abroad, said Zhu Tao, an official at the China Civil Aviation Administration (ACCA).

According to him, the ACCA will maintain close contacts with the National Health Commission, relevant departments and airlines to arrange flights or arrange special flights to return these passengers to China.

Recently, several domestic and foreign airlines have sent planes from Japan, Thailand, Singapore and other countries to Wuhan to return travelers to their homes.


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