Numerous airlines cancel flights to China over Coronavirus fears

2020-01-30

Airlines from several countries have confirmed that they are suspending flights to China over fears of the coronavirus outbreak. All passengers flight to, from or via China are urged to check their carrier’s websites for update details.

Air Astsna – Kazakhstan

Air Canada – Canada

Air India – India

Austrian Airlines – Austria

Azerbaijan Airlines – Azerbaijan

British Airways – UK

El Al – Israel

Iberia – Spain

KLM – Netherlands

Lion Air – Indonesia

Lufthansa – Germany

SCAT Airlines – Kazakhstan

SWISS – Switzerland

United Airlines – USA

Ural Airlines – Russia

This list is expected to grow over the following days as more airlines confirm their schedule changes.

The coronavirus still continues to spread while a cure continues to be sought. Cases of 2019-nCoV have been confirmed in Canada, India, USA, Philippines and France, with suspected cases in the UK and Germany.

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