Following the removal of anti-virus travel restrictions, the Chinese air travel regulator is getting ready to enable airlines to operate more routes between China and the United States, according to state TV on Wednesday.
According to China Central Television, among the 40 carriers that have submitted bids for 700 flights each week involving 34 nations include U.S. and Chinese airlines.
No timetable for the potential return of regular flights was provided.
After COVID-19 broke out in China in 2020, most airline flights and other types of transport into and out of the nation were halted.
The majority of limitations on movement have been lifted. The first travelers were permitted to enter China on Sunday without undergoing post-arrival quarantine.
According to a CCTV report, the Chinese Civil Aviation Administration will consult with American officials to “support the smooth resumption of flights” between the two nations.