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CAAC Publishes Designated First Points of Entry into China for International Flights Bound for Beijing

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On March 22, CAAC, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, National Health Commission, General Administration of Customs, and National Immigration Administration jointly issued the Notice on Diverting International Flights Bound for Beijing to Designated First Points of Entry into China (No. 2), announcing that starting from 00:00 of March 23 Beijing time, all international passenger flights bound for Beijing will be diverted to the designated first points of entry. The designated first points of entry determined by CAAC are now published as follows. Airlines should develop their flight schedules based on this arrangement and publish them on their official websites, and should provide effective notifications to passengers. Timely adjustment to the designated first points of entry and relevant measures will be made based on the epidemic development.


 Airlines

 First Point(s) of Entry

 Air China (CA)

 Tianjin, Shijiazhuang, Hohhot, Shenyang, Dalian, Shanghai, Qingdao, Zhengzhou, Xi’an

 China Southern Airlines (CZ)

 Shenyang, Jinan

 Hainan Airlines (HU)

 Taiyuan

 Emirates (EK)

 Shanghai

 Etihad Airways (EY)

 Xi’an

 Ethiopian Airlines (ET)

 Taiyuan

 Korean Air (KE)

 Qingdao

 Aeroflot (SU)

 Tianjin

 Asiana Airlines (OZ)

 Dalian

 Malaysia AirAsiaX (D7)

 Zhengzhou

 Thai Airways International (TG)        

 Shijiazhuang

 Singapore Airlines (SQ)

 Nanjing

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Requirements for Overseas Chinese Passengers to Fill in and Report Health Information for Epidemic Prevention before Returning Back Home by Air

1. Starting from April 8, 2020, passengers who have purchased tickets need to log in the international version of the health QR code in the Wechat mini program to fill in their personal information, daily health status and travel history. The information can be filled in by others under special circumstances.
2. April 8 to April 22 will be the transition period. Chinese passengers taking flights during this period shall report their information on a daily basis starting from April 8. For Chinese passengers taking flights after the transition period, their information shall be reported on a daily basis starting from the 14th day before boarding the flight.