Air China flight sent 78 technical personnel to Karachi for Sendai project
BEIJING – An Air China A553 charter flight airlifted 78 technical personnel from China Metallurgical Group’s Sandak project from Chengdu Shuhangiyu International Airport to Karachi.
China’s news website sina.com reported on Monday that it was the first international passenger charter flight to begin production from Sichuan.
According to the report, the “Green Channel” to temporarily optimize the work process and shorten the processing time for review and approval to resume production and resume international passenger charter flights. Was adjusted to install.
It is understood that the Pakistan Syndec Copper and Gold Mine Project operated by China Metallurgical Group has been in operation continuously for 18 years.
As the project’s Chinese employees returned home for the holiday before the Spring Festival, they were caught at home and abroad with the effects of the new coronovirus epidemic and restrictions on international flights, prompting the project to resume production in March Caused smelter.
In late May, the China Metallurgical Group reported to China’s Civil Aviation Administration (SASAC) for approval and sent a letter to Air China to apply for trade assistance.
The charter flight operated 1.7 tons of epidemic prevention articles, including medical safety masks, protective clothing, infrared thermometers, and blood glucose meters, as well as prescription drugs, to reduce the urgent need for local epidemic prevention and control.