Scheduled flights to China and the postponement of operations are expanding.Europe and Asia Middle East on January 31 at 6:50
With the spread of new coronavirus infections, airlines in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East are increasingly forgoing scheduled flights between cities in China.
Among them, Air France of France announced on October 30 that it will suspend flights connecting France with Beijing and Shanghai until next month.
However, Air France is planning to launch a special flight for customers and employees who have already visited China on a scheduled flight and wish to return.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines in the Netherlands also announced that it will suspend flights to Beijing and Shanghai from 3rd to 9th of next month.
To date, British Airways in the United Kingdom, Lufthansa Airlines in Germany, Austrian Airlines, Swiss International Airlines, and Iberia in Spain have also decided to suspend scheduled flights connecting cities in China.
In Asia and the Middle East
Carriers in Asia and the Middle East are increasingly moving to suspend scheduled flights connecting cities in China.
Among them, Air India of India has announced that flights to Shanghai will be postponed until next month.
El Al Airlines of Israel also announced that it will suspend flights connecting Beijing until March 25.
In addition, Asian and Middle Eastern airlines such as Egypt Air, Myanmar International Airways and Madagascar Airlines have also canceled flights to China, and so far about 30 airlines have announced flights to China.