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Brunei, Chinese mainland resume direct flights after COVID-19 situation under control

08/05/2020| 11:03:17 PM|

The flights will be flown every Tuesday from Aug. 4 to Oct. 24 for the time being.

Brunei resumed direct flights with Hangzhou, China on Tuesday, marking its first direct flights with the Chinese mainland after COVID-19 pandemic cut air connection between the two sides.

According to travel agencies and the Chinese embassy in Brunei, the round-trip direct flights between Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei's capital, and Hangzhou will be carried out by Royal Brunei Airlines (RB), the sultanate's national carrier, with Boeing 787 or Airbus 320.

The flights will be flown every Tuesday from Aug. 4 to Oct. 24 for the time being. Passengers need to take mandatory isolation for 14 days after arriving at Brunei and Hangzhou.

Before the outbreak of COVID-19, Brunei had maintained regular flights to China including Hong Kong, Shanghai, Haikou, Nanning, Hangzhou and Changsha. But now the sultanate only has round-trip flights with Hong Kong every Tuesday and Thursday.

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