“This year, we have to go out and see the world”
The number of outbound tourists in Changsha has increased significantly, and 6 international and regional passenger routes have been resumed
On the 8th, Changsha Huanghua International Airport was busy, and passengers going to Nha Trang, Vietnam were happily taking selfies. Photo by Changsha Evening News all-media reporter Dong Yang
Changsha Evening News, February 8 (all-media reporter Wu Xinfan) “Nha Trang, here we come!” At 21 o’clock on the 8th, at Changsha Huanghua Airport, a group of Changsha passengers who took flight VJ5357 were excitedly preparing to fly to Nha, a village in Vietnam. Ms Huang, who is a citizen, could not hide her excitement. She pulled out a portable diary that included her travel plans: diving, fishing, motorboats, sunbathing… She told the reporter: “This year, I have to go. out and see the world.”
Recently, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism announced new policies to provide more convenience for outbound travel. The reporter saw at Changsha Huanghua Airport that the number of passengers on domestic and international routes has increased accordingly, especially the number of outbound tourists has increased significantly.
“So far, Changsha Huanghua Airport has resumed 6 international and regional passenger routes from Changsha to Nairobi, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Hanoi, Nha Trang, and Hong Kong. In the next step, the airport will accelerate the resumption of Changsha to Singapore, Seoul, Tokyo four-hour flight economic ring route network, Osaka, Pattaya, Chiang Mai, Phnom Penh, etc.” said Zou Yan, a staff member of the Marketing Department of Changsha Huanghua Airport, with the gradual recovery of international flights and the gradual liberalization of outbound travel policies, the search volume of popular international routes has increased significantly, making everyone feel the strong momentum of the industry’s recovery civil aviation transportation. In the future, the airport will strengthen cooperation with major international travel agencies in Changsha, and launch a batch of new travel routes in Southeast Asia, Europe, America and islands in due course.
With the increase in the number of passengers coming in and out at the airport, ensuring the efficiency of passenger clearance is the key. The reporter saw on the spot that according to relevant policies, Changsha Huanghua Airport Customs has optimized and adjusted the layout of the entry-exit scene immediately, simplified the health declaration process for entry-exit personnel, and improved customs clearance efficiency and customs clearance experience. . Changsha Entry-Exit Border Inspection Station actively communicates with airlines and travel agencies to understand the size of external tour groups in advance, optimize the customs clearance process, actively and consistently do good work to ensure that groups external journeys are cleared, and at the same time deploy more police in areas with dense passenger flow and during periods of time In order to improve the inspection procedure, open enough channels in advance to help passengers choose the group inspection channel in correct, save waiting time for inspection, and ensure convenient and efficient customs clearance services for passengers.
Dai Liye, deputy head of the third department of the Customs Travel Inspection at Changsha Huanghua Airport, said that passengers need to make a health declaration through the “Customs Passenger Fingerprint Service” applet before entering or leaving the country, and take a photo to save the declaration code so they can scan the code to pass customs. At the same time, travelers entering and exiting the country must abide by the relevant customs supervision regulations, do not carry illegal items, and cooperate with customs when they need to inspect luggage.
Sun Wei, the political instructor of the third team on duty at the Changsha Entry-Exit Border Inspection Station, reminded that the current external pilot group trips for Chinese citizens have resumed and the inbound and outbound flights have resumed in an orderly manner. the airport within 24 hours of check-in, in order not to miss the flight. Chinese citizens (including residents of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan) please bring valid entry and exit documents, and foreign nationals entering the country fill out the immigration card at the same time. If you encounter difficulties in the customs clearance process, you can ask for help from the immigration control police on duty. If you have questions about immigration control customs clearance policies and measures, you can call the immigration control agency’s consultation helpline national 12367 for consultation.
Source: Changsha Evening News