Large-scale flight cancellations across China lead to suspicion among netizens | Cancellation rate | Beijing Capital International Airport | Shanghai Pudong International Airport

[Epoch Times, Medi 22, 2022](Comprehensive report by Epoch Times reporter Li Jing) On September 21, flights at airports across China were canceled on a large scale. According to official data, the same-day flight cancellation rate across the country is almost 60%.

On the evening of the 21st, news of widespread flight cancellations at airports across China circulated online. When some netizens from the mainland were about to fly in the evening of the 21st, they found that the flight had a “large-scale cancellation” notice. Some netizens even went to 4 airports and were unable to board the plane and return home.

Some netizens posted on Weibo that airports in Nanjing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Xiamen and other places canceled at least 1,228 flights on the 21st.

Some netizens asked on Twitter, “Is the epidemic prevention and control getting worse? Or is there a big event in Beijing? “There have been many cancellations recently.” In addition, many messages are hidden from reading.

(Weibo photo)
(Weibo photo)
(Weibo photo)

According to the data of the “Flight Manager” platform, at 10:00 on September 21, Guiyang Longdongbao Airport had canceled 539 flights, with a cancellation rate of 99%; Lhasa Gonggar Airport had canceled 157 flights, with a cancellation rate of 98%; Chengdu Tianfu Airport 752 flights canceled, with a cancellation rate of 87%; Urumqi Diwopu Airport canceled 476 flights, with a cancellation rate of 79%.

Tianjin Binhai International Airport canceled 353 flights, with a cancellation rate of 74%; Chengdu Shuangliu Airport canceled 397 flights, with a cancellation rate of 65%; Beijing Capital International Airport canceled 622 flights, with a cancellation rate of 60%; Harbin Taiping Airport canceled 275 flights, with a cancellation rate of 60% 56%; Xi’an Xianyang International Airport has canceled 555 flights, with a cancellation rate of 56%.

Shanghai Pudong International Airport canceled 652 flights, with a cancellation rate of 54%; Nanjing Lukou International Airport canceled 378 flights, with a cancellation rate of 54%; Shenzhen Baoan Airport canceled 542 flights, with a cancellation rate of 51%; Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport has canceled 560 flights, the cancellation rate is 40%.

As of 22:35 on September 21, 16,062 flights had been scheduled nationwide, 6,251 flights had been operated, and 9,583 flights had been cancelled, with a cancellation rate of 59.66%.

Responsible editor: Hu Yulong#

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