More international airlines have announced suspensions of flights to and from China, due to the spread of coronavirus.
Here are the airlines that have adjusted or canceled their flight plans, as of 12am, February 4th (Beijing Time):
Asia and Southwest Pacific
PT Lion Mentari Airlines announces that all flights to and from the Chinese mainland are canceled since February 1st.
Air Seoul, South Korean low-cost carrier owned by Asiana Airlines, canceled all flights to China.
Korean Air canceled Inchon to/from Hangzhou, Zhangjiajie, Changsha, Kunming, Qingdao (KE845/6), Beijing (KE859/60), Busan to/from Nanjiang, Beijing until February 22nd.
Busan to Qingdao and Shanghai (PVG) were reduced from 7 flights a week to 4 flights weekly (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday), and Cheju to Beijing from 7 flights a week to 3 flights weekly (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday).
Flights between Inchon and Shenyang will be suspended from February 11th to 22nd.
Flights to/from Wuhan have been canceled until March 27th.
Singapore Airlines will reduce flights to/from China in February, including flight sq806/1 from Singapore to Beijing from February 4th to 29th.
Scoot Airways has suspended all flights to/from the Chinese mainland from February 8th.
Jetstar Airways has suspended flights between Singapore and Hefei, Guiyang and Xuzhou.
Turkish Airlines has canceled all flights to/from the Chinese mainland until February 9th.
Israel Airlines has suspended all flights to/from the Chinese mainland from January 31st to March 25th.
Air India has cancelled AI348/9 from Bombay-Delhi-Shanghai Pudong from January 31st to February 14th.
Air New Zealand has canceled its flight to/from the Chinese mainland from February 9th to March 29th.
United Arab Emirates General Civil Aviation Authority has canceled all flights to/from China, except flight to/from Beijing.
Etihad Airways will cancel flights to/from Shanghai, Chengdu from February 5th.
Vietnam has suspended direct flights between China and Vietnam.
Jetstar Pacific Airlines will suspend flights to/from China (Guangzhou and Hong Kong) from February 6th.
Qantas Airways has announced that it will suspend flights to/from Beijing, Shanghai from February 9th to March 29th.
Cebu Pacific Air has canceled all flights to/from Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Xiamen and Shenzhen from February 2nd to March 29th, and reduced flights to/from Hong Kong, Macao.
Qatar Airways Company announced that flights to the Chinese mainland have been canceled from February 3rd until further notice.
Saudi Arabian Airlines has suspended its flights to/from the Chinese mainland since February 2nd.
Oman Air announced that flights to Guangzhou, its only destination in the Chinese mainland, has been suspended starting from February 3rd.
Iran Mahan Air has suspended flights to Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen from February 2nd to 29th. The last flight from Iran will depart from Tehran to Guangzhou on February 4th, and the last flight from China will depart from Guangzhou to Tehran on February 5th.
Since February 6th, United Airlines has suspended operations on all US-China routes except one daily flight from San Francisco to Hong Kong.
At 10:30am CST on January 31st, American Airlines announced that all flights to/from the Chinese mainland have been suspended until March 28th.
Delta Air Lines has suspended all flights to/from the Chinese mainland from February 2nd to April 30th.
Air Canada has canceled all flights to/from Shanghai and Beijing until February 29th. Shanghai and Beijing are the only two destinations in the Chinese mainland for Air Canada.
British Airways has suspended all flights to/from (Beijing, Shanghai) until February 29th.
Virgin Atlantic Airways announced the suspension of flights to/from Shanghai for 14 days from February 1st.
Deutsche Lufthansa, Swiss International Air Lines and Austrian Airlines have canceled flights to Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, Shenyang and Qingdao from January 30th to February 9th. Flights to/from Hong Kong will not be affected.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has suspended flights to/from Chengdu, Hangzhou, Xiamen, Beijing and Shanghai. The situation will be reassessed on February 9th to decide whether to continue the grounding.
Air France has suspended flights to/from the Chinese mainland until February 9th.
Finn Air will suspend all flights to/from China from February 6th to 29th.
All fights between Italy and China have been canceled.
Scandinavian Airlines has suspended all fights to/from Beijing, Shanghai from January 31st to February 9th.
LOT Polish Airlines has suspended all fights to/from Beijing (PKX and PEK) until February 9th.
Russia announced that it would suspend flights between China and Russia, but keep the Moscow to Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Hong Kong routes operated by Aeroflot.
Egypt Air has suspended all flights to/from the Chinese mainland.
Kenya Airways has suspended flights to Guangzhou until further notice.
RAM Royal Air Maroc will suspend flights to/from the Chinese mainland until February 29th.
Rwand Air has suspended flights to/from Guangzhou until further notice and will reassess the situation at the end of February.
Air Tanzania will delay the first flight to China.
Author: Weng Jiali (intern)
Editors: Steven Yuen, Monica Liu