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Hainan Airlines is taking over in order to transport monkeys to American laboratories

Hainan Airlines is taking over in order to transport monkeys to American laboratories

Mis à jour le 22 November 2022

Hainan Airlines, an airline company based in China, has recommenced the transportation of monkeys for animal testing, despite having announced that they would give up these shipments in... 2012.
Thanks to a revelation by an employee at the airport concerned, we know that on 9 August 2022, Hainan Airlines transported 720 long-tailed macaques from Cambodia to the United States via Beijing.

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Confined alone in small compartments inside carriers, these sensitive and intelligent individuals were subjected to a long and traumatising ordeal lasting around 24 hours, with a 6-hour stopover in Beijing, as well as numerous additional hours of transportation to and from the Phnom Penh and Chicago airports. Their destination: the laboratory bench where they would be subjected, in particular, to toxicity testing...

Hainan Airline has intervened to resume the flights that Egyptair chose to stop by not renewing their contract. Join our joint campaign — Action for Primates, One Voice, and Stop Camarles — by appealing to Hainan Airlines to re-establish the ban that they claimed to have implemented in 2012. We must urge them to make the same decision as Air France, Egyptair, and Kenya Airways.

Send an email to for the attention of the following people:
Zhimin Ma, President, Hainan Airlines and Jun Xu, Chairman of the Board
At the same time, copy the following into the email:
You can also write to the local offices:

Do not hesitate to tag them on Twitter also:

Translated from the French by Joely Justice

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Martine | Friday 09 September 2022

Insoutenable, intolérable, il faut que cela cesse !!

Josette | Thursday 18 August 2022

Les animaux sont comme les humains, ils n'ont pas à subir de tortures pour de l'argent.
Stop stop!

Lella | Monday 15 August 2022


bertie | Sunday 14 August 2022

cessez les transports de primates svp