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All Nippon Airways Co. Ltd. 205 Normal Yes 22 Nov 2022

22 Nov 22

Restrictions on cargo transport to Tianjin Airport (TSN) via Beijing Airport (PEK):
Effective from 21st November 2022, until further notice, due to the order from the Tianjin authorities to reduce flights to TSN in response to the increased number of Covid-19 infections in the PEK and TSN areas, restrictions on cargo transport to Tianjin Airport (TSN) via Beijing Airport (PEK) have been added.

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05 Oct 22

Further to a notification from the local customs office, temporary restrictions have now been added for Dangerous Goods arriving at Xiamen Airport (XMN). Dangerous goods for XMN are NOT acceptable from 1st October 2022 - 6th October 2022.
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05 Oct 22

ANA announced a change of FWB/FHL mandatory items required by China Customs for all cargo treated as Dangerous Goods under the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations, regardless of whether a Dangerous Goods Declaration is submitted bound for China Mainland.
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