Flights between China and Europe continue to rise

Frankfurt – After Air France restarted weekly flights to Beijing in August as the first airline in Europe to resume service to Beijing amid the pandemic, more and more airline companies are resuming their traffic between Europe and China.

The new Air France flight from Paris will land in the city of Tianjin, north of Beijing, while the return flight to Paris will depart from Beijing Capital International Airport, the carrier said.

Air China, which operates the most flights between China and Europe resumed direct flights from Chengdu, Southwest China’s Sichuan Province to Frankfurt in Germany on Thursday, the first flight to restart from western China to Europe.

Lufthansa said middle October that it plans to restart weekly direct flight between Frankfurt and Beijing on Oct. 27th.

Currently, more than 10 carries from European countries, including Swiss Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Finnair and Russia Airlines are offering flights to China. (TAO)