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These airlines have suspended flights to and from China

Posted February 5, 2020 9:58 a.m. EST

— Airlines around the world have responded to the coronavirus outbreak by suspending flights to and from China, severely disrupting travel by tourists and business executives in one of the world's busiest aviation markets.

Here's a roundup of some major airlines that have suspended or reduced their flights to mainland China:

North America

American Airlines - Suspended until March 27United Airlines - Suspended until March 28 Delta - Suspended until April 30Air Canada - Suspended until February 29

Asia and Oceania

Air Asia - Some flights suspended until February 29 All Nippon - Some flights suspended until March 29Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon - 90% reduction in flights Japan Airlines - Some flights suspended until March 28Korean Air - Some flights suspended until the end of MarchSingapore Airlines and SilkAir - Some flights suspended until March 1Qantas - Suspended until March 29Air New Zealand - Suspended until March 29

Europe and the Middle East

Air France - Suspended until February 9British Airways - Suspended until February 29Lufthansa, Swiss and Austrian Airlines - Beijing and Shanghai flights suspended until February 29; other routes until March 28Turkish Airlines - Suspended until the end of FebruaryEtihad - Suspended from February 5Emirates - Suspended from February 5Qatar Airways - Suspended until further noticeFinnair - Beijing and Shanghai flights suspended until February 29; other routes to March 29KLM - Beijing and Shanghai flights suspended until February 9; other routes to February 29Iberia - Suspended until February 29

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