Air China has published its planned international routes for the month of May.

Last month, the Civil Aviation Authority of China (CAAC) announced measures to limit the number of international flights coming in and out of China in order to curtail the rise of imported coronavirus (Covid-19) cases in the country. The aviation regulator said Chinese airlines were only allowed to maintain one route to any specific country with no more than one flight week each starting March 29.

Air China, along with other Chinese carriers, revamped their international flight schedules between March 29 and April 30 following the announcement from CAAC.

Chinese airlines revise international flight schedules after China orders flight cuts

The carrier plans to continue operating a limited schedule to comply with the CAAC measures for the month of May, saying it will operate a total of 22 international routes per week, including 17 routes through Beijing, three Shanghai Pudong routes, and two Chengdu routes.

Destinations include Los Angeles, Vancouver, Paris, Moscow, Dubai, Seoul, Singapore and more.  A full list of all the routes and flight details can be found here.

The carrier said on its website that the flight plans and “first points of entry may change, as indicated by the sales system”.

Passengers can check the status of their flight through the Air China website, app, or WeChat public account, the carrier added.