SWISS suspends all flights to China until end of March 

Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) has now suspended all flights to and from China until March 28 due to the coronavirus, COVID-19. It will use smaller planes to fly to and from Hong Kong.  The company, which is part of Lufthansa, said on Friday it had extended the suspension on flights to and from Beijing and Shanghai by a month to March 28, the end of the winter timetable. The two cities are now brought into line with the other destinations, Nanjing, Shenyang and Quingdao, which are not being served until March 28, as per an earlier announcement. The move applies to the parent company Lufthansa, as well as subsidiaries SWISS and Austrian Airlines.  Situation, effects Meanwhile, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) said on Thursday that some 70 airlines had cancelled all international flights to and from mainland China, and that a further 50 airlines had curtailed related air operations. The economic effects to airlines worldwide was estimated at $4-5 ...
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