Answer to Last Week’s (Sept. 28) AVsavvy Question

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In last Friday’s AVsavvy question, we showed you a flight schedule and some airport information and asked you to find the error.

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Below is the answer and explanation. Thank you to everyone who participated. We are happy to report a majority of you got it right. J

Answer 1. Only one landing permit is required for ZGGG and VHHH.
Incorrect. Even though Hong Kong reverted back to Chinese control on July 1st 1997, it’s considered a special administration region and operates under Hong Kong authorities, so a separate landing permit required for each country.

Answer 2. A landing permit is only needed for VHHH if it’s a charter flight.
Incorrect. Landing permits are required for all flights into Hong Kong and a separate landing permit is needed for China.

Answer 3. No permits are needed when traveling to China or Hong Kong.
Incorrect. A separate landing permit is needed for each country.

Answer 4. A separate landing permit is needed for China and Hong Kong.
Correct. Even though Hong Kong reverted back to Chinese control on July 1st 1997, it’s considered a special administration region and operates under Hong Kong authorities, so a separate landing permit required for each country.

Answer 5. No permit is needed for operations into Hong Kong; just airport slots.
Incorrect. Landing permits are required for all flights into Hong Kong.

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