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Which airlines have suspended operations?

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Companies that have cut flights

The airline industry has been strongly affected by the Coronavirus epidemic and many companies have decided to reduce or completely cease operations temporarily or in response to government decisions.

For example, the United Arab Emirates suspended flights to and from the country for at least two weeks, starting on 25 March, thus stopping the operations of several companies. 

Among the companies that have decided to drastically reduce their activity are both major companies and low-cost airlines: for example, Singapore Airlines announced that it would cut more than 90% of its flights.

In the United States, the three major airlines American, Delta and United have cut their flights due to the sharp reduction in traffic, reducing both domestic and international flights. As the coronavirus crisis continues, further cuts are likely to occur.

In Europe, some airlines have made even more drastic changes.

Brussels Airlines has temporarily blocked all its flights from 21 March to at least 19 April. The day before, Austrian Airlines announced that it would do the same. Both airlines are part of the Lufthansa Group.

Other airlines have blocked almost all their operations. Among them is Virgin Atlantic, which has implemented temporary coronavirus-related cuts.

Even the most popular low-cost airlines such as Ryanair are considering suspending all flights.

A number of other operators - both in Europe and elsewhere - have decided to suspend the whole operation completely or for the most part pending the pandemic to end. The fallout has also spread to some African airlines such as RwandAir.

List of companies that have suspended operations

 

Below is a list of companies that have decided to suspend their operations altogether or at least part of their flights at the moment:

 
  • Air Baltic

  • Air France 

  • Air Serbia

  • Avianca

  • Austrian Airlines

  • Brussels Airlines

  • Cathay Pacific

  • Easyjet

  • KLM

  • American Airlines

  • LOT Polish Airlines

  • Lufthansa

  • Norwegian

  • Qantas

  • Ryanair

  • RwandAir 

  • SAS 

  • Singapore Airlines 

  • South African Airways 

  • Virgin Atlantic 

  • Virgin Australia

The situation is constantly changing and other companies may decide to reduce their activities or cease them altogether.

If you have booked flights with these (or other companies) we recommend that you contact them directly or visit their websites for more information. 

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