Aeroflot will reduce the number of flights to China in view of the demand decline. The Russian air carrier will reduce flights to Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Hong Kong by the end of March.
Aeroflot temporarily makes changes in the schedule of flights to China in connection with the lowering demand.
The Russian air carrier will reduce flights to Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Hong Kong by the end of March 2020.
Concerns surrounding the ongoing corona-virus have prompted yet another group of airlines to suspend its service to China.
Three weeks ago Lufthansa Group suspended its flights to mainland China “with immediate effect,” citing the safety of its guests and staff. The group’s network includes Lufthansa German Airlines, SWISS International Airlines and Austrian Airlines.
For operational reasons, acceptance of bookings for flights to (mainland) China will be suspended until the end of February,” the airline added. “Flights to/from Hong Kong will continue as planned.”
News of Lufthansa’s suspended service to China follows similar announcements from British Airways, Finnair and Air Canada.
United Airlines and American Airlines also announced that some of their scheduled flights to China would be suspended amid the ongoing corona-virus outbreak.
TASS / ABC Flash Point Airline News 2020.