The Japanese government announced on December 27 that all flights in Hong Kong can only be reduced to four airports in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya from December 30 (this Friday), which is expected to affect a large number of passengers.
It is reported that Cathay Pacific will cancel flights from Hong Kong to Fukuoka, Japan and Sapporo New Chitose Airport in Hokkaido from this Friday to January 8 next year. Return to Hong Kong.
Cathay Pacific pointed out that it is actively communicating with relevant Japanese authorities, and the dialogue is still ongoing.
Japan airport restrictions｜Cathay Pacific is still in dialogue with the Japanese authorities to announce the news before noon tomorrow
▼On December 28, citizens who are going to Japan's non-four restricted airports will depart as usual before the entry into force▼
Li Jiachao: Disappointed with the decision of the Japanese government
Chief Executive Lee Ka-chao said at the afternoon press conference that he was disappointed with the Japanese government's decision and had contacted the Japanese Consulate General in Hong Kong to express concern about the incident.
The Economic and Trade Office in Tokyo has also provided assistance to Hong Kong people in need, and will hand over relevant information to Hong Kong people in need of assistance. For example, they can find information to make relevant arrangements, and airlines have also provided information to passengers, how to take transportation to four airports, the Economic and Trade Office is ready to provide assistance.
▼On December 28, Li Jiachao announced that most of the epidemic prevention restrictions will be canceled from December 29▼
Cathay Pacific will arrange "Ji Ji" to take passengers back to Hong Kong
The Japanese government restricts passenger flights in China, Hong Kong and Macau, and can only land at four local airports: Tokyo Narita, Tokyo Haneda, Osaka Kansai, and Nagoya Central.
It is understood that Cathay Pacific will cancel flights from Hong Kong to Fukuoka, Japan, and from Hong Kong to Sapporo New Chitose Airport in Hokkaido from this Friday (30th) to January 8th next year; the return flight will operate as usual, depending on the policy of the Japanese authorities , and then decide on the next stage of response, that is, Cathay Pacific will arrange "auspicious aircraft" to pick up passengers back to Hong Kong, and Cathay Pacific will decide on the next stage of response depending on the policy of the Japanese authorities.
Cathay Pacific replied that since the Japanese authorities announced the latest travel restrictions yesterday, Cathay Pacific has been actively communicating with relevant Japanese authorities, and the dialogue is still ongoing, and will provide further information to customers and the community before noon tomorrow.
All Cathay Pacific scheduled flights to and from Japan will operate as usual from tomorrow (29th).
Japan airport restrictions｜Japan confirms that flights can return to Hong Kong at various airports Lin Shixiong: Requested to withdraw restrictions on Japan airports｜Four kinds of mentality fly to Okinawa Fukuoka Hong Kong passengers are safe: no travel for three years Japanese entry requirements｜Hong Kong flights are only allowed from Friday Landing 4 airports, ports, Okinawa and other places all stop