HOW THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK IS IMPACTING BUSINESS AVIATION. AirCharter.com LLC Will NOT travel in /out of China
Aircharter.com LLC will reject all trip request traveling in or out of mainland China.
The impact of the global coronavirus epidemic is fluid and evolving rapidly. The number of countries enacting travel bans to/from mainland China along with imposing restrictions on anyone who has been in China within the last 20 days is growing rapidly. While we do our best to keep this article current by adding additional information once it is received and confirmed, always check with your Universal Trip Support Team and local authorities for the most current information. When available, we will provide links to country’s official travel policies. Deaths in China reach 1022, and infections climb past 44,000.
In early December 2019, a new coronavirus was detected in Wuhan, Hubei Province in China. Spread of the virus has escalated since mid-January 2020. On Jan. 30, 2020 the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a global emergency.
Special quarantine and health inspection procedures have been enforced in China and other locations in Asia and around the world in an attempt to prevent the spread of the virus. Extra planning and precaution is required if you are planning a trip to China and Asia.
Below is a list of precautions authorities are taking to limit the spread that will have an impact on business aviation.
1. Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau restrictions
As of 02:00Z/10:00LT on 23 January 2020, all public transportation including flights have been suspended in Wuhan and Wuhan Airport (ZHHH) was subsequently closed.
New health inspections are also being enforced at Beijing Capital International Airport (ZBAA), Shanghai Pudong International Airport (ZSPD), Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport (ZSSS) and Shenzhen International airport […]