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Cargo flights from China's Hainan to Australia and Europe resume

Asia (bbabo.net), - Inspector of the Department of Commerce of the southern Chinese province of Hainan Yao Lei announced the successful restoration of cargo air traffic with Asia and Europe, as well as with Australia, interrupted due to the coronavirus pandemic. This was announced today, December 14, TASS reports.

According to him, flights from Haikou to Milan, Paris, Sydney, Singapore and Zurich have already been resumed.

"Our province will continue to steadily restore air traffic, increase the intensity of existing routes and create new ones," said Yao Lei.

He noted that in the foreseeable future, the Hainan administration plans to form an integral international air transportation network, which will allow local transport companies to compete even better in the international market. Among the areas that are planned to be actively developed, the inspector named America, Europe and Southeast Asia.

Cargo flights from China's Hainan to Australia and Europe resume