Airlines cancel flights or modify service during coronavirus outbreak

Michael Probst/Associated Press File photo: Asiana Airlines is one of the numerous carriers suspending or modifying their service in light of the coronavirus outbreak. Airlines have been suspending flights or modifying services in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Below are details (in alphabetical order):

Airlines that have cancelled all flights to mainland China

* American Airlines has extended the suspension of China and Hong Kong flights through April 24

* Air France said on Feb. 6 it would suspend flights to and from mainland China for much of March

* Air India has suspended flights to Shanghai, Hong Kong until June 30

* Air Seoul has suspended China flights from Jan. 28 until further notice.

* Air Tanzania, which had planned to begin a charter service to China in February, postponed its maiden flights.

* Air Mauritius has suspended all flights to China and Hong Kong

* Austrian Airlines has suspended its service until end-February.

* British Airways has suspended flights from Jan. 29-March 31.

* Delta Airlines flights have been suspended from Feb. 2-April 30* Egyptair suspended flights on Feb. 1, but on Feb. 20 said it would resume some flights to and from China starting next week.* El Al Israel Airlines has extended its suspension of flights to Hong Kong and Beijing until May 2.* Iberia Airlines has extended its suspension of flights from Madrid to Shanghai, its only route, from Feb. 29 until the end of April.* JejuAir Co Ltd is to suspend all China routes starting March 1.* Kenya Airways has suspended flights from Jan. 31 until further notice.* KLM said on March. 2 it would extend its ban on flights to Chengdu, Hangzhou and Xiamen in China to at least May 3 because of the coronavirus outbreak. It expects to resume flights to Beijing and Shanghai on March 29.* Lion Air has suspended flights for all of February.* LOT has extended flight suspensions until March 28.* Lufthansa has extended China flight cancellations until April 24.* Oman Air suspended flights on Feb. 2 until further notice.* Qatar Airways has suspended services from Feb. 1 until further notice.* Rwandair has suspended flights from Jan. 31 until further notice.* Saudia, Saudi Arabia’s state airline, suspended flights on Feb. 2.* Scoot, Singapore Airlines’ low-cost carrier, suspended services from Feb. 8 until further notice.* United Airlines suspended its service to Hong Kong from Feb. 8-April 23.* Vietjet and Vietnam Airlines suspended flights to the mainland as well […]

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