Delta reported today that it will be temporarily decreasing flights between the US and China because of “significantly reduced customer demand” that has come about because of worries about the coronavirus. This denotes the third US airline to change its activities in light of the flare-up after United and American declared comparative flight cancellations between the US and China prior this week.

Delta says the entirety of its US-China flights will in any case work from similar locations, however, it will decrease the quantity of week by week flights from those places from 42 to “approximately” 21. That diminished schedule beginnings February 6th and will experience April 30th, however, Delta says it might change that timeline “as the situation continues to evolve.”

Delta’s timeline is any longer than that of American Airlines, which has canceled flights between Los Angeles and mainland China from February 7th through March 26th, or United Airlines, which has just suspended flights between US hubs and some Chinese urban areas between February 1st and February 8th.

In case people are as of now reserved for a flight that is influenced by this change, Delta says it will proactively contact them to assist them with finding a substitute flight.

British Airways has additionally suspended flights to China out of alert for coronavirus.

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