China has announced that Beijing will be reopening to international flights from 8 countries ending 5 months of lock-down in the Chinese capital.


The Civil Aviation Administration of China said that it would reopen to the countries based on their low rate of COVID-19.


The international flights begin today and will only be permitted to land in Beijing. 

Countries Permitted To Enter China By Air


The following countries will be permitted to fly into Beijing, China. 


  • Canada

  • Thailand

  • Cambodia

  • Pakistan

  • Greece

  • Denmark

  • Austria

  • Sweden 

The only passengers permitted to board the flights will be citizens of the country of the flights origin or Chinese citizens. 


Quarantine Upon Arrival In China


All passengers arriving in Beijing will face a mandatory 14 day quarantine at a state-run facility on the outskirts of Beijing, according to the Chinese government. 


COVID-19 Testing Protocols For Entering China


All arriving passengers must present proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken no more than 3 days before you travel. This rule has been tightened from the previous 5 days. 


At the end of the 14 day quarantine, travelers will be tested for COVID-19 again and then be permitted to leave the facility if the result is negative. 


Travelers will then have to report their temperature to authorities for an additional 7 days.


Passenger Limits Arriving in China


The Chinese government stated that service will be capped at 500 passengers per flight and a maximum of 1000 inbound international travelers per day. 


According to SCMP, The Civil Aviation Administration of China has said that if any inbound flight has more than 5 cases, the service will be suspended for a week. If any flight confirms more than 10 cases, service will be suspended for 4 weeks.




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China reopening borders for 8 more countires



China has announced that Beijing will be reopening to international flights from 8 countries ending 5 months of lock-down in the Chinese capital.


The Civil Aviation Administration of China said that it would reopen to the countries based on their low rate of COVID-19.


The international flights begin today and will only be permitted to land in Beijing. 

Countries Permitted To Enter China By Air


The following countries will be permitted to fly into Beijing, China. 


  • Canada

  • Thailand

  • Cambodia

  • Pakistan

  • Greece

  • Denmark

  • Austria

  • Sweden 

The only passengers permitted to board the flights will be citizens of the country of the flights origin or Chinese citizens. 


Quarantine Upon Arrival In China


All passengers arriving in Beijing will face a mandatory 14 day quarantine at a state-run facility on the outskirts of Beijing, according to the Chinese government. 


COVID-19 Testing Protocols For Entering China


All arriving passengers must present proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken no more than 3 days before you travel. This rule has been tightened from the previous 5 days. 


At the end of the 14 day quarantine, travelers will be tested for COVID-19 again and then be permitted to leave the facility if the result is negative. 


Travelers will then have to report their temperature to authorities for an additional 7 days.


Passenger Limits Arriving in China


The Chinese government stated that service will be capped at 500 passengers per flight and a maximum of 1000 inbound international travelers per day. 


According to SCMP, The Civil Aviation Administration of China has said that if any inbound flight has more than 5 cases, the service will be suspended for a week. If any flight confirms more than 10 cases, service will be suspended for 4 weeks.




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