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United Airlines is following in the footsteps of a fellow, AMERICAN airlines, Delta, and American Airlines is suspending service to China until the end of April to the middle of the ongoing outbreak of the COVID-19, formerly known as novel corona virus.
Prior to Wednesday’s update, United Airlines had suspended flights to China from March 28. Suspensions have now been extended until the 24th of April.
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“If we are to continue with the evaluation of the co-operation between our U.S. hubs, and the Beijing, Chengdu, Shanghai, and Hong Kong, we have decided to extend the suspension of its flights to the 24th of April. We will continue to monitor the situation in China, and to evaluate our plans and if we are to continue to be in close contact with the CDC and other public health experts from all over the world,” a spokesperson from United said in a statement this week.
Ticketholders who planned to fly United’s visit to Beijing, Chengdu, Shanghai, and will be eligible for the travel waiver, as they are booked prior to Jan. 27. Ticketholders who had planned to fly to Hong Kong, could also be considered if the tickets were purchased before Jan. 23. More information can be found on the United web site.
“We will continue to monitor the situation in China, and to evaluate our plans and if we are to continue to be in close contact with the CDC and other public health experts from all over the world,” a spokesperson from United said in a statement this week.
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United’s latest news follows on from a Tuesday to a similar announcement by American Airlines that it had been extended to the suspensions by way of April 24th for ticketholders of the plan is to travel to the mainland of China, and on April 23 or 24 April for passengers planning to travel to Hong Kong (depending on whether or not they can fly out of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport, respectively.
Delta Air Lines, and in the meantime, had been announced previously, on Jan. 31 that it was suspending the U.S.-to-China-to fly up to the 30th of April.
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With the increased concern about the COVID-19, had also asked the State Department to be a Level 4 travel advisory (do Not Travel) to China, as of Jan. 30.