British Airways is to resume flights between the UK and China with tickets on sale from February 2 for flights to Shanghai and Beijing. The airline’s service to the world’s second biggest economy was interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic and the imposition by Beijing of strict border rules and its “zero-Covid” regime. Those measures have since been relaxed, meaning British Airways, which first flew to China in 1980, can resume service with a first flight from London Heathrow to Shanghai on April 23 and to Beijing starting June 3. Flights to Shanghai are to be daily with capital Beijing getting
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