According to estimates, the number of passengers entering the country by air each day will be reduced from the current 25,000 to about 5,000.
In other words, there are not many international flights that have been cut by half!
As early as the 24th, March, China Eastern Airlines and Air China have issued notices announcing the cancellation of many international routes.
According to an article, before that, the Civil Aviation Administration of China had issued planned flights from March 9th to 15th. Chinese airlines operated 1,167 international passenger flights, and foreign airlines operated 441 international passenger flights.
After the implementation of the new regulations on March 29, there will be only 107 international passenger flights operated by Chinese airlines, and only 24 international passenger flights operated by foreign airlines.
Calculated in this way, the flight is basically changed from more than 1600 sorties to only more than 130 sorties. The reduction is really amazing.
Previous domestic flights to Canada include China Eastern Airlines, Hainan Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Xiamen Airlines, Sichuan Airlines, and Air China. After March 29, these companies’ flights may not operate more than one flight per week, and they can only land in one Canadian city.
As for the specific city in Canada where each airline will stop, there has not yet been notice of customs declaration.
Online search for one-way economy class tickets from Vancouver to Shanghai Pudong at the end of March, although there are still, but the price has soared to about 20,000 yuan, and there are only one or two vacancies, it seems that the return flight is really difficult to find.