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WASHINGTON/BEIJING: The US Transportation Department on Saturday morning accused the Chinese government of making it impossible for US air carriers to resume service to China and ordered Chinese air carriers to file flight schedules with the US government.WASHINGTON/BEIJING: The US Transportation Department on Saturday morning accused the Chinese government of making it impossible for US air carriers to resume service to China and ordered Chinese air carriers to file flight schedules with the US government.

US accuses China of blocking flights, demands action | The Star

Many airlines are now cash-strapped, their liquid reserves fast dwindling, Benedict Lopez writes. Even before the coronavirus pandemic, many airlines around the world were so weighed down their survival was in doubt. Despite airlines having grown more reliable over the years with cheaper air fares – especially for low-cost carriers – and greater efficiency, the industry […]

Global airlines now flying over unfamiliar skylines - Aliran

The U.S. Transportation Department said late on Friday it had granted tentative approval to 15 airlines to temporarily halt service to 75 U.S. airports because of the coronavirus pandemic.The U.S. Transportation Department said late on Friday it had granted tentative approval to 15 airlines to temporarily halt service to 75 U.S. airports because of the coronavirus pandemic.

U.S. grants tentative OK for 15 air carriers to suspend service to 75 airports - Reuters

The destinations are mostly in secondary markets that have had little demand for flights or could be served by nearby airports, airlines said.The destinations are mostly in secondary markets that have had little demand for flights or could be served by nearby airports, airlines said.

“#COVID19 Travel Update: Australians wishing to return home can still do so. Direct flights from Taipei to Australia are still available on China Airlines, incl. to Sydney on 4th, 18th & 25th of June, to Brisbane on 2nd, 19th & 26th of June, to Melbourne on 11th & 25th of June.”

Gary Cowan on Twitter: "#COVID19 Travel Update: Australians wishing to return home can still do so. Direct flights from Taipei to Australia are still available on China Airlines, incl. to Sydney on 4th, 18th & 25th of June, to Brisbane on 2nd, 19th & 26th of June, to Melbourne on 11th & 25th of June.… https://t.co/KApQkHqLIo"

“US air flights over the South China Sea, East China Sea, Yellow Sea and the Taiwan Strait have tripled so far this compared to 2019 https://t.co/5QYUc9p9NM”

Zachary Keck on Twitter: "US air flights over the South China Sea, East China Sea, Yellow Sea and the Taiwan Strait have tripled so far this compared to 2019 https://t.co/5QYUc9p9NM"

“Joe Biden's deadbeat son Hunter inked a $1.5 BILLION deal with China after flying to Beijing on Air Force Two with his father. Biden doesn't care about keeping America safe. He puts China First - even while they try to hurt America. https://t.co/UMYwkSkfvz”

Team Trump (Text TRUMP to 88022) on Twitter: "Joe Biden's deadbeat son Hunter inked a $1.5 BILLION deal with China after flying to Beijing on Air Force Two with his father. Biden doesn't care about keeping America safe. He puts China First - even while they try to hurt America. https://t.co/UMYwkSkfvz"

““It transpires that a group of 24 Syrian students were evacuated from Wuhan province in China on a Mahan Air flight via Tehran on February 5 and were quarantined on arrival.” The COVID quarantine in Syria may have begun far earlier than previously believed https://t.co/G2Vt9jtTAv”

Joanne Stocker جوآن on Twitter: "“It transpires that a group of 24 Syrian students were evacuated from Wuhan province in China on a Mahan Air flight via Tehran on February 5 and were quarantined on arrival.” The COVID quarantine in Syria may have begun far earlier than previously believed https://t.co/G2Vt9jtTAv"

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U.S. grants tentative OK for 15 air carriers to suspend service to 75 airports | One America News Network

The U.S. Transportation Department said late Friday it had granted tentative approval to 15 airlines to temporarily halt service to 75 U.S.The U.S. Transportation Department said late Friday it had granted tentative approval to 15 airlines to temporarily halt service to 75 U.S.

US grants tentative approval for 15 airlines to suspend service to 75 airports - CNA

The order said Air China, China Eastern Airlines Corp, China Southern Airlines Co, Hainan Airlines Holding Co and their subsidiaries must file schedules and other details of flights by May 27. The department warned it could find Chinese flights The order said Air China, China Eastern Airlines Corp, China Southern Airlines Co, Hainan Airlines Holding Co and their subsidiaries must file schedules and other details of flights by May 27. The department warned it could find Chinese flights

US Accuses China of Blocking Its Flights, Says Talks Have Failed to Produce Agreement

SYDNEY/BEIJING/HELSINKI — In Thailand, you cannot have food or water in flight and must wear a mask. In Malaysia and Indonesia, the plane needs to be half-empty. In the United States and Europe, it's not mandatory for airlines to leave the middle seat open. SYDNEY/BEIJING/HELSINKI — In Thailand, you cannot have food or water in flight and must wear a mask. In Malaysia and Indonesia, the plane needs to be half-empty. In the United States and Europe, it's not mandatory for airlines to leave the middle seat open.

Empty middle seat? Depends on which country you are flying in

The U.S. Transportation Department late on Friday accused the Chinese government of making it impossible for U.S. air carriers to resume service to China and ordered Chinese air carriers to file flight schedules with the U.S. government. The administration of President Donald Trump stopped short of imposing restrictions on Chinese air carriers but said talks with China hadThe U.S. Transportation Department late on Friday accused the Chinese government of making it impossible for U.S. air carriers to resume service to China and ordered Chinese air carriers to file

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