Yantai, South Korea reopen passenger flights
(chinadaily.com.cn)| Updated : 2020-08-17Print Print
Seoul Airlines flight RS831 departing from Incheon arrived at Penglai International Airport on Aug 13.
It was the first passenger flight from South Korea to Yantai after a 139-day suspension. Passenger flights between Yantai and South Korea have now officially reopened.
Strict measures have been taken by local authorities to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. Workers are regularly disinfecting public areas to offer a safe and orderly customs clearance environment for all passengers.
Yantai, a coastal city in Shandong, reopens passenger flights to South Korea on Aug 13 after a 139-day suspension. [Photo/dzwww.com]
A passenger is inspected before boarding a plane at Penglai International Airport. Strict measures have been taken by local authorities to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. [Photo/dzwww.com]