The industry has been hit steadily after the decline in Japanese tourists
The Chinese government has banned new flights and expansions from foreign airlines on all of its air routes. There is concern that the domestic aviation industry, which has sought to offset the Japanese route by reducing Japanese tourists as a result of the Korean-Japanese conflict, will be hit directly by Chinese measures.
According to the aviation industry and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, the Chinese Civil Aviation Authority (CAAC) was notified the previous day by domestic airlines of new services, regular and temporary increases and irregular flights on all Chinese routes from 9th to 10th. you this month. I reported. However, existing Chinese routes work normally.
The Chinese side said: "Strong control over recent flights is needed." However, an aviation industry official said: "It is unusual to unilaterally ban a new route." There is speculation that the Chinese government is organizing flights between Hong Kong and China in response to protests in Hong Kong. He said
The domestic aviation industry plans to actively expand its route to China following the distribution of tickets to Korea and China in May. However, Korean Air and Air Seoul were blocked by the Incheon-Shanja-ang system, which was prepared for service in September. In September, flights from Jeongzhou to Hanja-oo, Jeju Air to Incheon-Harbin and Busan-Muan-Shanja-je were also unopposed.
At this time, it is impossible to predict how the situation will develop after October 10, the Chinese ban. A Homeland Ministry official said: "I know there was no response like this, both in China and in other countries. "It's pretty unusual," he said. "But we need to follow this answer closely, not just for domestic airlines, but for all airlines around the world." Bae Seok-oonun, firstname.lastname@example.org
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