Airlines are suspending flights to China in the wake of the new coronavirus outbreak, which as of Friday had killed more than 200 people and infected nearly 10,000 people.
Here is the latest on their plans (in alphabetical order):
Air Canada said on January 28 it was cancelling select flights to China.
Air France said on January 30 it suspended all scheduled flights to and from mainland China until February 9.
Air India said it was cancelling its Mumbai-Delhi-Shanghai flight from January 31 to February 14.
Air New Zealand
Air New Zealand said on January 31 it was temporarily reducing flights between Auckland and Shanghai to four return services a week from February 18 to March 31 rather than the usual daily flights.
South Korean budget carrier Air Seoul said on January 28 it had suspended all flights to China.
Tanzania's state-owned carrier said it would postpone its maiden flights to China. It had planned to begin charter flights to China in February.
American Airlines said it will cancel flights to Beijing and Shanghai starting January 31, and run through March 27, though it will continue to fly to Hong Kong.
BA said on January 30 it had cancelled all flights to mainland China for a month.
Cathay Pacific Airways
Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific said it would progressively reduce capacity to and from mainland China by 50% or more from January 30 to the end of March.
Delta Air Lines
Delta Air Lines announced cancellations, with its last flights out of mainland China on February 5, running through April 30.
Egypt's flag carrier said on January 30 it would suspend all flights to and from China starting February 1.
El Al Israel Airlines
El Al Israel Airlines said on January 30 it was suspending flights to Beijing until March 25. Israel's Health Ministry said it will not allow flights from China to land at its airports.
The African carrier on January 30 denied reports it had suspended all flights to China. The airline's statement contradicted its passenger call centre, which told Reuters earlier in the day that flights to China had been suspended.
Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways said passenger flights between Beijing and Nagoya, in Japan, had been temporarily suspended due to low travel demand.
Finland's Finnair said on January 31 it was cancelling all flights to mainland China between February 6 and February 29 and to Guangzhou between February 5 and March 29.
Kenya Airways said on January 31 it has suspended all flights to China until further notice.
Indonesia's Lion Air Group said on January 29 it would suspend all flights to China from February. The airline has suspended six flights from several Indonesian cities to China so far and will suspend the rest next month.
Lot Polish Airlines
Polish carrier LOT said it had decided to temporarily suspend its flights to Beijing until February 9.
Germany's Lufthansa said on January 29 it was suspending Lufthansa, Swiss and Austrian Airlines flights to and from China until February 9. The airline continues to fly to Hong Kong, but it will stop taking bookings for flights to mainland China until the end of February.
Royal Air Maroc
Moroccan airline Royal Air Maroc (RAM) has temporarily suspended its direct flights to China, the company said on January 30. RAM had on January 16 launched a direct air route with three flights weekly between its Casablanca hub and Beijing.
All Russian airlines, with the exception of national airline Aeroflot, will stop flying to China, Deputy Prime Minister Tatiana Golikova said.
Rwanda carrier RwandAir has halted flights to and from China until further notice, the airline said in a statement on Friday. The decision will be reviewed later in February, it said.
Nordic airline SAS said on January 30 it has decided to suspend all flights to and from Shanghai and Beijing from January 31 until February 9.
SAS offers 12 regular weekly connections from and to Shanghai and Beijing.
Singapore airline Scoot said it was suspending all flights between Singapore and China from February 8, media reported.
Shanghai Airlines said on January 31 it would suspend its Chengdu-Budapest flight between February 4 and March 28 and its Xi'an-Budapest flight between February 6 and March 26 according to a statement on the website of the Budapest Airport operator.
The airline's Shanghai-Budapest flight is unaffected.
Singapore Airlines Ltd said on January 31 it would reduce capacity on some of its routes to mainland China in February.
The cuts include flights to Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Chengdu, Xiamen and Chongqing, some of which are flown by regional arm SilkAir. Its budget carrier Scoot is also cutting back on flights to China.
Turkey's flag carrier said on January 30 it would decrease frequency on scheduled flights to Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai and Xian between February 5 and February 29.
Chicago-based United announced cancellations, saying last flights out of mainland China will be February 5, running through March 28.
United had previously suspended 24 US flights to Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai between February 1 and February 8 because of a significant drop in demand.
United Parcel Service Inc
UPS has cancelled 22 China flights, as a result of the Wuhan quarantines and normal manufacturing closures due to the Lunar New Year holiday, UPS Chief Executive David Abney said on January 30. He did not specify how many flights cancellations were due to the virus.
Vietnam's Vietjet will suspend all flights to and from China from February 1, the company said on January 31. Vietnam Airlines will suspend some flights to China.
Vietnam Airlines will suspend its flights to destinations in China next week over coronavirus concerns, the company said on Friday.
Virgin Atlantic said on January 30 it would suspend its daily operations to Shanghai for two weeks from February 2. It cited declining demand for flights and the safety of its customers and staff.