December 22, the Civil Aviation Administration issued another fuse order to take fuse measures against Ethiopian Airlines flight ET636.
This flight is the first flight to trigger the fuse condition of “the number of passengers who have tested positive for nucleic acid after entry reaches 5, and the company will be suspended for two weeks after the fusion time of operation of the company” after adjusting the fusion measures for international passenger flights on December 16.
The cumulative fuse time will reach three weeks.
Six passengers admitted to Ethiopian Airlines on December 10th (Eth from Addis Ababa to Chengdu) tested positive for nucleic acid.
The flight has been suspended for one week since December 21.
This time, the fuse time will be calculated cumulatively, and the flight will continue to be suspended for two weeks from December 28. The volume of fused flights shall not be used for other routes.
According to the Notice of the Civil Aviation Administration on Adjusting the Fusing Measures for International Passenger Flights, the fuse measures for international passenger flights will be adjusted from December 16.
If the number of passengers who have tested positive for nucleic acid after entry on the same route reaches five, the operating time of the company’s route will be suspended from one week to 2 weeks.
The Civil Aviation Administration requires that the airline should do a good job in the follow-up flight passenger appeasement and ticket refund and modification.