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Hangzhou Airport Likely to See Twice as Many International Flights by the End of October
2022-11-04 11:05      Source:Hangzhou China      

Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport restored two international passenger air routes in one day, with China Eastern Airlines Hangzhou-Tokyo flights and Thai AirAsia Hangzhou-Bangkok flights receiving the green light. Both Scoot and Xiamen Airlines restarted their weekly Hangzhou-Singapore flights in October. Starting Oct. 23, two more flights will be added at Hangzhou Airport, namely a Hangzhou-Tokyo flight operated by Spring Airlines and a Hangzhou-Osaka flight served by Air China. In addition, China Eastern Airlines flights from Hangzhou to Manila, Air China flights from Hangzhou to Bangkok and Sriwijaya Air flights from Hangzhou to Jakarta will have their frequency raised to once a week.

Following Civil Aviation Administration’s announcement to gradually but steadily increase the number of international flights, Hangzhou Airport launched a flight resumption effort as part of a wider effort to bring business back on track while keeping COVID-19 in check. It is planned that by the end of October, the number of countries and regions to which Hangzhou has regular flights scheduled will increase twofold to 20, with weekly flights rising to 45 – a number twice as many as that in June when the resumption effort first began. The airport will subsequently bring back regular passenger flights to Rome and other international destinations and continue ramping up the frequency of flights on key routes.