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American and Delta airlines announced they would temporarily suspend all flights to and from China amid growing concerns about the coronavirus outbreak. The news comes after the US State Department issued its highest travel warning last night against all non-essential travel to the country.
American Airlines said it would suspend all flights to and from the Chinese mainland through March 27th, though acknowledged that “adjustments” may be necessary. Delta said it would suspend flights between February 6th and April 30th. Earlier this week, United Airlines said it would suspend some flights due to decreased demand for travel to China, but has yet to cancel all its flights.tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts