SAN FRANCISCO—On Wednesday, July 22, San Francisco International Airport (SFO) announced via social media that some international nonstop flights have been resumed starting in the month of July.
According to a document on SFO’s website, a total of eight airlines resumed nonstop flights starting, Tuesday, July 21. Air Canada resumed flights to Montreal. Japan Airlines resumed flights to Tokyo-Narita. SAS resumed passenger flights to Copenhagen. Air France resumed flights between Paris and San Francisco. United Airlines (UA) resumed the flights to Hong Kong, Seoul, Shanghai, Tel Aviv, and Vancouver. UA offers flights to Vancouver twice a day. KLM resumes the passenger flights to Amsterdam. Turkish Airlines brought the flights between San Francisco and Istanbul back.
Three airlines increased the frequency of flights to specific cities. China Airlines increased its flights to Taipei. Asiana Airlines sets five times, flights to Seoul per week instead of three. United Airlines sets flights to Frankfurt daily.
On Tuesday, July 21, Air New Zealand resumed flights to Auckland. The flight is operating three times per week. SFO reminds the passengers that due to the DOVID-19, certain measures are still in effect.
“Although these airlines are resuming limited service, all travel advisories, restrictions on entry, and arrival screening procedures remain in effect. These include the Department of Homeland Security arrival restrictions requiring American citizens, legal permanent residents, and their immediate families who have been in certain countries at any point in the 14 days before their scheduled arrival to the United States to travel through one of 15 airports upon arrival to the U.S., submit to an enhanced entry screening and self-quarantine for 14 days once they reach their final destination,” the document from the SFO website states.
For more details on the resumption of nonstop flights, visit SFO’s website.