Delta Air Lines announced this morning the temporary suspension of all flights between the United States and China.
The airline says “ongoing concerns related to the coronavirus” were the factor. This comes a day after the US State Department updated its previous travel warning to a Level 4: Do Not Travel to China.
Delta’s flight moratorium will last nearly three months — from February 6 to April 30.
The airline will operate flights from China through February 5. The final China-bound flight from the USA departs this Monday, February 3.
Delta is directing affected customers to the My Trips section of delta.com “to help them understand their options,” such as:
- Reaccommodation to flights after April 30
- Requesting a refund
- Contacting Delta to discuss additional options.
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