On the 13 day, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (hereinafter referred to as the Civil Aviation Administration) held a press conference. In response to a number of foreign airlines listed as "the state" of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, the civil aviation administration responded that 38 of the 44 foreign airlines involved had completed the rectification, and the remaining 6 were still applying for delayed rectification due to technical reasons. The final extension of the rectification time was July 25th. The Civil Aviation Administration will continue to keep close attention and urge remaining. The remaining 6 companies completed the rectification on schedule.
The observer's network previously reported that in April 25th, the Civil Aviation Administration sent a letter to 44 foreign airlines, requiring them to correct the wrong practice of violating Chinese laws and violating a Chinese policy within 30 days from the date of the letter.
As of May 25th, 18 of the 44 foreign airlines had completed the rectification, 26 had applied for technical reasons for delay and promised rectification, promised the earliest completion time for May 28th, and the latest in July 25th, the Civil Aviation Administration of China had agreed to reply.
The Civil Aviation Authority said that it will pay close attention to the reform of the airlines and safeguard the rights of foreign airlines to carry out air and cargo transportation business in China according to law.
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