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The Civil Aviation Administration of #China announced on Thursday it will ease rules for foreign airlines, starting June 8. Foreign airlines excluded from an earlier pact will now be able to operate one commercial passenger flight to China a week. The move comes as China continues to make efforts to prevent COVID-19 from spilling into its borders. The U.S. Transportation Department announced it will revise the ban on Chinese passenger flights it announced earlier this week. Why are both sides changing course? Are they related? And what does it all mean for the travel industry at large? #Trump #Restriction
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