to connectVideoAirlines to slash prices to try to attract people to movements, to prevent corona virus
Flights cut by almost 30 per cent; Fox Biz Flash: 3/10.
As a passenger on a flight from Salt Lake City, Utah, usa, Orlando, florida posted a video on social media Monday of a nearly empty plane, of the cases of the corona virus to continue to grow in the U.S.
“This doesn’t happen so much any more. The flight to Orlando is almost empty. With more than 100 seats, are unused,” @workingitoutnow tweeted.
The Centers for Disease Control’s recommended for older Americans and people with underlying health conditions, avoid long-haul flights, and cruises.
DELTA AND AMERICAN AIRLINES ARE ANNOUNCING A REDUCTION IN BOTH DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL
In both, the domestic as well as foreign companies reduced their flight schedule, including Delta, which plans to cut domestic flights by about 15 percent and international flights by as much as 25 percent of the time.
Delta is also waiving change fees for international flights by April 30 (if the ticket has been issued prior to March 9), giving customers a one-time change of the route, as flights are Shanghai, Beijing, Seoul, and in each and every location of Italy, the 31st of May.
American Airlines is going to have the internal capacity, with 7.5 per cent until the end of April and to 10 percent internationally in the summer. Lufthansa, one of Europe’s largest transport companies, the emissions of the flight, in the half of it.
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More than 1,000 Americans have been infected with the virus as of Tuesday evening, 30 people have been killed.
Fox News’ Michael Hollan, contributed to this report.