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Xi’an Xianyang International Airport suspends international passenger routes for unknown reasons

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Since January 5, the operation of the international passenger route of Xi’an Xianyang Airport has been suspended for unknown reasons, and it is also unclear when the operation will resume.

According to news from Xinhua News Agency’s official Weibo on the morning of January 6, with the approval of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, Xi’an Xianyang International Airport will suspend the operation of international passenger routes from January 5, and the resumption time will be notified separately. However, the report did not explain what caused the suspension of international flights at Xi’an Xianyang Airport.

On January 4, the cargo logistics supply chain news website The Loadstar reported that Xi’an Xianyang International Airport is China’s ninth largest cargo airport, but now it is facing problems caused by a large number of flight cancellations.

Since the new crown epidemic in Xi’an, Shaanxi Province once again warmed up at the end of last year, the local area has taken extreme measures to close the city, cutting off most of the city’s transportation, including flights. Xi’an Xianyang International Airport announced the cancellation of all domestic flights on December 23, 2021; now the local area has strengthened flight control and suspended the operation of international passenger routes.

After the news was released, it caused discussion among mainland netizens. Some netizens said whether they should consider resuming domestic flights at Xi’an Xianyang International Airport in a timely manner in response to the arrival of the return home; some netizens said how international passenger routes have been stopped until now, and domestic flights have not been stopped together.

The Loadstar report stated that in the last week of December 2021, several major hub airports including Shanghai, Beijing and Shenzhen cancelled hundreds of flights. In the next 8 weeks, it can be expected that China will face the pull of flights, cargo and epidemic prevention, not just the strict blockade measures under the “zero-clearing policy”, but also the upcoming traditional Chinese New Year holiday, and February 4th. Beijing Winter Olympics.

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