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China Eastern Delays/Cancellations

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MU736, the mid evening Thursday 13 February 2130 hours from SYD to PVG is yet another coronavirus cancellation.
 

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Saturday 15 February sees MU7062, the 2050 hours MEL - PVG and the closely following MU762, the 2230 hours cancelled.
 

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On Monday 6 July, MU562 is again cancelled. This may be because of the inwards 50 passengers per person (and across all airlines 450 maximum overseas arrivals) mandated under new arrangements for each of SYD, MEL and BNE airports.
 

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The ongoing severe restrictions on international passenger numbers in SYD and BNE (inbound even worse to MEL; no one allowed) have resulted in few international flights.

On Thursday 16 July 2020 during coronaviurus, MU562, an 1100 hours midmorning SYD - PVG has been cancelled.
 

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MU562, an 1100 hours SYD - PVG was cancelled on Sunday 19 and Monday 20 July, possibly because of the even more restricted cap on inbound passenger arrivals each day into SYD. (BNE also has this, while due to the surge in coronavirus cases, any inbound flights to MEL are not conveying passengers).
 
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