China Southern Airlines is slashing flights to a wide range of destinations throughout February and March 2020. The service cutbacks are in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
China Southern is Asia’s largest airline and normally has over 2,000 flights a day to some 200 destinations.
Information published yesterday in Routesonline indicates China Southern Airlines is making significant cuts. Flights to some destinations are being suspended while flights to other destinations are being scaled back in frequency.
Chinese airlines that service Wuhan, China Southern Airlines being one of them, are bearing the brunt of plummeting customer demand as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
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