More than 6,000 Chinese who have credit problems were banned from taking domestic trains or planes since the first government blacklist was released in June 2018, domestic news site thepaper.cn reported on Saturday.
Among those, 5,028 people were banned from taking planes as of Friday, as 70% of them had carried or consigned dangerous and prohibited goods and nearly 23% had fabricated identification for flights, the report said, citing information from the Civil Aviation Administration of China. Other banned behaviors included hindering security work and disturbing cabin order.
A total of 1,747 people were banned to take trains as of Friday, the report said.
The restriction for taking planes is valid for one year, while the period is 180 days for taking trains. People can get their names removed from the list when the period ends.
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