Which is the airline that has suspended flights?

Which is the airline that has suspended flights?

The flag carrier of Hong Kong is the airline in closest proximity to the most sensitive region in regards to the outbreak. Therefore, it has decided to cut its services by half. Meanwhile, flights to Wuhan conducted by Cathay Dragon, its sister company have been completely stopped.

When did Air Canada suspend flights to China?

As per the government order, Air Astana along will all Kazakhstan airlines will suspend flights to China from the 3rd February onwards. Air Canada has now suspended all flights to China, including Beijing and Shanghai. In a statement the airline said,

When did Austrian Airlines suspend flights to China?

After a thorough evaluation of all currently available information on the Corona virus, Austrian Airlines has decided to suspend its flights to and from China until including 29 February 2020. This affects the destinations Beijing and Shanghai. Initially the flights had been suspended until 9 February.

Are there any suspended flights from Hangzhou to Beijing?

Specifically, flights to and from Hangzhou will be suspended on the 1st followed by flights to and from Guangzhou and Beijing on February 4th. The suspension is reported to last until further notice.

Why are Airlines ending the change fee permanently?

And abolishing change fees should make it easier for airlines to raise fares on fee-free tickets — while leaving you the option of buying a cheaper ticket that cannot be changed at any price.

Are there any Ryanair flights that have been cancelled?

Ryanair is operating 1,000 flights a day and is continuing to fly to destinations that are on the UK quarantine list. The change in quarantine restrictions hasn’t affected most Ryanair flights, with the budget airline advising that the new rules do not mean flights will be cancelled or that customers will be automatically entitled to a refund.

Why did easyJet cut their flights in October?

However demand for air travel has dropped dramatically, and the airline is now running at 40% its usual capacity, with one in five October flights cut due to coronavirus restrictions. EasyJet has revealed they have suffered significant financial losses as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.