Test Your AVsavvy: ZULS travel? (Mar. 1)

> | March 1, 2013 | 1 Comment
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Here’s another chance to test your “AVsavvy”.

Suppose your passenger would like to travel to ZULS. Based on the information below, is travel there possible?

LHASA (ZULS):

A. LHASA/ZULS AIRPORT IS NOT OPEN TO FOREIGN-REGISTERED AIRCRAFT EXCEPT FOR OPERATORS WHO CAN OBTAIN SPONSORSHIP OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT. HOWEVER, APPROVAL TO OPERATE INTO LHASA CANNOT BE GUARANTEED.

B. CUSTOMS CLEARANCE IS NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS AIRPORT, SO YOU MUST CLEAR CUSTOMS FIRST AT BEIJING/ZBAA. AS A RESULT, A CHINESE NAVIGATOR IS REQUIRED.

C. ** FLIGHTS WITH ORIGIN OR DESTINATION OF TAIWAN ARE NOT PERMITTED TO LAND OR OVERFLY CHINA. THIS INCLUDES ARRIVING AND DEPARTING FROM CHINA AND OVERFLYING TAIWAN ENROUTE TO ANOTHER COUNTRY. **

D. IF CREDIT NOT ARRANGED VIA A GROUND HANDLER, U.S. DOLLARS (CASH) REQUIRED FOR PAYMENT OF FEES/SERVICES. EXCHANGING TRAVELER’S CHECKS IS NOT CONVENIENT.

Based on the above information, which option below is correct? Answer below and come back next Friday to see if you got the answer right!

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