Industry Update
External Article20 March 2020

A Complete Guide to International Airlines' Coronavirus Policies

The latest information on where international airlines are—and are not—flying.

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The global situation concerning the new coronavirus outbreak, or COVID-19, is changing rapidly every day. Guidance on where to travel and whether airlines will be flying to certain destinations around the world is evolving hour to hour.

Here is the latest information from airlines around the world on where they are flying, what routes have been halted, and how to get a refund on any impending international trip that needs to be postponed or canceled.

Air New Zealand

The Kiwi carrier has said that it will reduce its overall capacity by 85 percent in the coming months. Air New Zealand will continue to announce route suspensions as they take place, and it has already said that its halting long-haul flights between Auckland and Chicago, San Francisco, Houston, Buenos Aires, Vancouver, Tokyo Narita, Honolulu, Denpasar, and Taipei from March 30 to June 30. It is also suspending its London to Los Angeles service from March 20 (out of LAX) and March 21 (out of LHR) through June 30.

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