Here are the airlines that have suspended some of their flights to China
Major airlines have suspended some of their flights to China after the coronavirus outbreak that began in the central Chinese city of Wuhan killed more than 130 people in China and spread across the world.
Here are the airlines that have suspended some of their flights to China:
The British carrier said on January 29 it has suspended all direct flights to and from mainland China after Britain warned against all but essential travel to the country due to the coronavirus outbreak.
BA.com, the airline's website, showed no direct flights to China were available to book in January and February, but the airline said in an email that the cancellations were until January31 while it assesses the situation.
Direct flights to the Chinese-ruled autonomous region of Hong Kong were unaffected.
Britain on January 28 advised against "all but essential" travel to mainland China due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Finnish airline Finnair said on January 28 it would suspend its routes to Nanjing and Beijing Daxing until end of March after China suspended international group travel from the country.
Finnair will suspended its three weekly flights between Helsinki and Beijing Daxing International Airport between February 5 and March 29, and its two weekly flights between Helsinki and Nanjing between February 8 and March 29.
Chicago-based United said it was suspending 24 US flights to Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai between February 1 and February 8 due to a significant drop in demand.
United offers more flights to and from China than any other US airline. It provides about 12 flights per day between the US and China (and Hong Kong), but that total number will decrease by about "three or four" per day, according to CNBC.
Specifically, the company is reducing the number of flights at San Francisco, Newark, Chicago, and Washington Dulles airports.
Air Canada said on January 28 it was cancelling select flights to China to better match capacity with expected demand.
Cathay Pacific Airways
Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific said it would be progressively reducing capacity to and from mainland China by 50% or more from January 30 to the end of March, in line with a government directive as well as market demand.
Hawaiian Airlines said it will permit customers holding tickets with its airline partners that include travel to, from, or through, China through February 16 to cancel for a refund, or reschedule without incurring change fees.
"Rebooked flights must be scheduled for travel no later than April 19," the company said.