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China’s biggest cargo airport still suffering delays as jobseekers say coronavirus ‘risk is too high’ for cargo handlers

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Disruptions at China’s largest cargo airport are still prevalent more than two weeks after coronavirus infections closed one of the airport’s two terminals.Shanghai airport authorities say the Pudong Air Cargo Terminal (PACTL) is now open, but strict quarantine rules have been imposed on ground staff, and this has delayed custom clearances while forcing airlines to cancel a number of flights.The other Pudong cargo terminal, Eastern Airlines Logistics Terminal (EAL), was said to be running …

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Disruptions at China’s largest cargo airport are still prevalent more than two weeks after coronavirus infections closed one of the airport’s two terminals.Shanghai airport authorities say the Pudong Air Cargo Terminal (PACTL) is now open, but strict quarantine rules have been imposed on ground staff, and this has delayed custom clearances while forcing airlines to cancel a number of flights.The other Pudong cargo terminal, Eastern Airlines Logistics Terminal (EAL), was said to be running …

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