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World Washington to temporarily ban flights by Chinese companies to and from the United States

01:10  04 june  2020
01:10  04 june  2020 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's administration on Wednesday barred Chinese passenger carriers from The Chinese carriers are flying no more than one scheduled round-trip flight a week to the United States but also this called hypocrisy, us can ban others, but not the other way.

As a result, the Chinese government had effectively banned them from flying there at all, even though airlines By mid-Feburary, only 20 remained, all of them run by Chinese airlines. Tensions between the United States and China have escalated sharply in recent weeks as the countries scuffle over

This ban, which will take effect on June 16, aims to respond to the refusal of the Chinese authorities to authorize American airlines to resume operations in China , despite the deconfinement.

  Washington va interdire temporairement des vols de compagnies chinoises de et vers les Etats-Unis © Provided by Franceinfo

Donald Trump's administration will temporarily ban flights by Chinese airlines to and from the United States , because Beijing has still not authorized American carriers to resume operations in China despite the deconfinement , announced Wednesday June 3 the Ministry of Transport (DoT).

It is not excluded, warned the ministry, that the implementation of this measure will occur before June 16 if President Donald Trump decides. The ban affects seven Chinese companies, including the behemoths Air China and China Eastern Airlines, but does not concern the

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's administration on Wednesday barred Chinese passenger carriers from flying to the United States starting on June 16 as it pressures Beijing to let U . S . air carriers resume flights amid simmering tensions between the world's two largest economies.

As a result, the Chinese government had effectively banned them from flying between the two countries. Delta Air Lines and United Airlines had hoped to resume flights to China this month. “There is a pause occurring as companies more broadly consider their real estate needs,” said Jim

cargo planes Waiting for the green light from the Chinese authorities

Delta Air Lines and United Airlines had suspended their flights since February and March and to China due to the Covid-19 pandemic and to comply with travel restrictions announced in early February by the United States government.

They wished to resume activity in the country this month and had therefore submitted their requests in May to the Chinese civil aviation authorities. The latter have still not given the green light.

Beijing, on the other hand, authorized local airlines to operate one flight a week to and from a foreign country in March, a limitation aimed at containing the spread of the virus.


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