As of Wednesday, March 17, 2018, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has temporarily suspended the operation of international air travel between the U.S. and China.
This temporary suspension applies to the U,S.
airspace, and the Chinese airspace as well.
The FAA has made the decision based on a number of factors, including, but not limited to: a large increase in domestic air traffic over the past several weeks that is impacting domestic aviation and air travel.
This increase has also impacted air travel and has impacted air traffic control facilities and systems.
The increase in international air traffic also has impacted the ability of air traffic controllers to maintain traffic control operations and to communicate with airports and air traffic.
The increased international air activity also has increased the risk of a crash involving an aircraft traveling at speeds above the normal flight level.
While there is no immediate threat to the public safety, the FAA is taking the necessary steps to protect the public.
However, the temporary suspension is temporary and will likely end by mid-April, when international air activities resume.
As of March 20, 2018 the FAA has reported no significant impacts to international air operations.
However if international air flights were to experience any delays or cancellations, the delay would be greater and the additional risk of serious injury or death could increase.
For more information on air travel, please visit the FAA website.