Coronavirus travel notices as of 30th January

Airline Restriction
United Airlines Cancellation of 24 flights between 02/01 – 02/08
American Airlines Will suspend travel between Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Shanghai Pudong Airport (PVG) as well as LAX and Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) from Feb. 9 through Mar. 27, 2020.
Delta Airlines The airline said it would cut its weekly flights in half between the two countries, from 42 to 21, beginning Feb. 6 and lasting through April 30. That period lasts longer than American’s and United’s. Delta’s cuts include service between Beijing and Detroit and Seattle, as well as between Shanghai and Los Angeles, Seattle, Detroit and Atlanta. Rather than operate daily, those flights will operate three to four times a week, the airline said.
Lufthansa The passenger airlines of the Lufthansa Group will suspend their flights to and from China (mainland excluding Hong Kong).  On January 30th, the scheduled services will operate for the last time, and will be suspended until February 9th. Lufthansa Cargo’s freighter flights to and from China (mainland) will continue to operate as scheduled until January 30th.  It is currently being examined whether the Chinese mainland can continue to accommodate cargo aircraft from January 31st onwards, as part of a special flight schedule.
British Airways Suspension of all direct flights from LHR to mainland China
Swissair Suspension of all flights from Zurich to Beijing and Shanghai
Cargolux Suspension of all flights to and from mainland China
Air France Starting on Friday, the airline will operate one daily service to each destination instead of the previous 10 weekly flights to Beijing and 13 to Shanghai, a spokeswoman for parent company Air France-KLM said.
KLM KLM, the Dutch arm of Air France KLM, will scrap some flights to China due to the coronavirus outbreak in the North Asian country, it said late on Wednesday. Starting on Friday, direct flights to the cities of Chengdu and Hangzhou will be suspended, while the number flights to Shanghai will be reduced from 11 to 7 per week. Service to Beijing has not been affected, KLM said in a statement. The measures will run until at least Feb. 29.
Cathay Pacific In light of the Government Response Plan to combat the novel coronavirus infection and in view of market demand, Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon will be progressively reducing the capacity of our passenger flights to and from mainland China by 50% or more from 30 January to the end of March, 2020. We are actively reviewing our passenger flight schedules at the moment and will be updating them progressively over the next 48 hours. Freighter Update: Cathay Pacific’s Freighter operation continues to operate as scheduled.
Asiana Airlines South Korea’s second-largest carrier, Asiana Airlines, will temporarily suspend flights to the Chinese cities of Guilin, Changsha and Haikou starting next month.
Korean Air Korean Air, South Korea’s biggest airline, said it is also considering grounding some of its flights to mainland China as passenger demand drops. Korean Air had operated four flights a week to the Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak, before suspending them on Jan. 23.
Air Canada Air Canada announced today that following the Government of Canada’s Advisory to avoid non-essential travel to mainland China it is temporarily suspending all direct flights to Beijing and Shanghai effective January 30, 2020 until February 29, 2020.

Air Canada’s last flights departing Canada will operate today and the return flights will operate from Beijing and Shanghai tomorrow, January 30, 2020.