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Coronavirus: the 25 airlines that have announced measures
Coronavirus: the 25 airlines that have announced measures
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| Alexandre Rocchi

Coronavirus: the 25 airlines that have announced measures

In order to minimize any risk of contamination from the coronavirus, airlines have suspended or reduced their flights to China. Here the list of 25 carriers who have announced measures over varying durations.

Faced with the coronavirus epidemic affecting China, the airlines have announced the suspension or reduction of their services to this country. Below is the full list with measures that vary in duration and destinations:

 

Air France-KLM: suspension of flights to China until February 9.

Air India: suspension of flights to China from January 31 to February 14 and reduction of frequencies to Hong Kong.

Air New Zealand: flights to China are suspended from February 9 until March 29.

Air Seoul: suspension of flights to China until an unspecified date.

American Airlines: suspension of flights to China from January 31 to March 27.

Austrian Airlines: suspension of flights to China until February 9.

British Airways: suspension of flights to China from January 31 to February 29 with the exception of Hong Kong.

Cathay Pacific: capacity reduction of more than 50% from January 30 until the end of March.

Delta Air Lines: suspension of flights to China from February 2 to April 30.

Dragonair: capacity reduction of more than 50% from January 30 until the end of March.

Finnair: suspension of flights from February 5 to March 29.

IndiGo: suspension of flights to China from February 1 to 20.

Korean Air: suspension of flights to China from February 2 to 22 and reduction of flights to Beijing, Shanghai and Qingdao.

Lion Air: suspension of flights to China since February 1 and until an unspecified date.

Lufthansa: suspension of flights to China until February 9.

Qantas Airways: flights to China will be suspended from February 9 to March 29, with the exception of Hong Kong. The Sydney-Beijing line was to stop on February 23 for “commercial reasons” (lack of traffic / Editor’s note).

Qatar Airways: suspension of flights to China from February 3 until an unspecified date.

Scoot Airlines: capacity reduction on certain destinations until March 2 and suspension on other destinations until the end of March.

Singapore Airlines: reduction and elimination of flights to China until February 29.

Swiss: suspension of flights to China until February 9.

Thai Airways: 50% reduction in flight capacity to China from February 6 to 29.

United Airlines: capacity reduction in China from February 1 to 8.

VietJet: suspension of all flights to China from February 1 until an unspecified date and with the exception of Hong Kong.

Vietnam Airlines: suspension of flights to China from February 6 and until an unspecified date. The frequencies on Hong Kong decrease from ten to seven per week.

Virgin Atlantic: flights suspended until February 16 with the exception of Hong Kong.

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