We will continuously update this page accordingly,  as new information surfaces in efforts to keep all of our valued customers informed.   Last updated March 26, 2020,  12:02 PT
 

There are thirteen U.S. Airports are CDC-Approved for Coronavirus Screenings:

  1. Atlanta (ATL)
  2. Boston (BOS) - recently added
  3. Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)
  4. Detroit (DTW)
  5. Newark (EWR)
  6. Honolulu (HNL)
  7. New York (JFK)
  8. Los Angeles (LAX)
  9. Miami (MIA) - recently added
  10. Chicago (ORD)
  11. Seattle (SEA)
  12. San Francisco (SFO)
  13. Washington D.C. (IAD)

 

Current Flight Suspensions and Reductions to Europe ex-LAX & SFO

Belgium

  • Delta Air Lines is suspending service to Brussels from Atlanta (ATL) and New York (JFK) from March 16 onward for 30-days (April 15, 2020), extensions beyond that date possible.
  • United Airlines partner Brussels Airlines will suspend all service between New York (JFK) and Brussels until further notice.

Denmark

  • Delta Air Lines is postponing seasonal service between New York (JFK) and Copenhagen through May 21, 2020.
  • SAS is suspending both of its flights from SFO and LAX until further notice.

Finland

  • American Airlines partner Finnair is suspending flights between New York (JFK), Los Angeles (LAX), and Miami (MIA) to Helsinki from March 19 through April 12, 2020, due to governmental travel restrictions.
  • Finnair is suspending its LAX/HEL flight from 16th of March until further notice

France

  • American Airlines is operating flights to Paris-Charles De Gaulle from New York (JFK), Dallas (DFW), and Miami (MIA) for seven days providing customers and employees safe returns home, then from March 19 through May 6 service will be suspended. Flights between Philadelphia (PHL) and Paris are halted effective immediately because PHL is not an approved airport for screenings.
  • Delta Air Lines is suspending flights from Cincinnati (CVG), Indianapolis (IND), Raleigh (RDU), and Salt Lake City (SLC) to Paris-Charles De Gaulle effective immediately because they are not approved airports for coronavirus screenings. The second daily service from Detroit (DTW) to Paris has been canceled from April 15 through May 20, 2020.

Germany

  • American Airlines is suspending flights from Charlotte (CLT) and Philadelphia (PHL) to Munich and Frankfurt effective immediately, as CLT and PHL are not approved airports for coronavirus screenings. Flights to Frankfurt from Dallas (DFW), will continue for seven days through March 19, providing customers and employees safe returns home. All routes are scheduled to resume May 7, 2020.
  • Delta Air Lines is suspending service to Munich, Dusseldorf, and Frankfurt from Atlanta (ATL), Detroit (DTW), and New York (JFK) from March 16 onward for 30-days (April 15, 2020), extensions beyond that date possible.

Greece

  • Delta Air Lines is suspending service to Athens from New York (JFK) from March 16 onward for 30-days (April 15, 2020), extensions beyond that date possible. A second seasonal flight to Athens will be postponed through May 21, 2020.

Hungary

  • Although no US-based airlines operate flights to Hungary, United Airline's Star Alliance partner LOT Polish Airlines is suspending its entire international network starting March 15 for a period of 10 days (although inventory is blocked through March 29, 2020) following a directive from the Polish Government. Even though Hungary is a separate nation, LOT operates a fifth-freedom route between New York (JFK) and Budapest, which will be canceled during this period.

Iceland

  • Finnair is suspending AY991 from HEL to KEF from 17th of March until further notice

 

Italy

  • American Airlines is suspending flights to Rome from Philadelphia (PHL) effective immediately through May 6, 2020. Flights from Chicago (ORD) and Charlotte (CLT) to Milan will be suspended through June 3, 2020, and Miami (MIA) and New York (JFK) to Milan shelved through May 6, 2020. Seasonal service between Chicago (ORD) and Venice will be delayed until early June, and the resumption of the routes to Rome from New York (JFK) and Dallas (DFW) will be put on hold through May 6, 2020.
  • Delta Air Lines is suspending its service to Rome from Atlanta (ATL) and New York (JFK) through April 30, 2020, alongside service from Detroit (DTW) between April 1 and May 1, 2020. Flights from New York (JFK) to Milan and Venice will be suspended through May 20/21, 2020.
  • United Airlines is suspending service from Newark (EWR) to both Milan and Rome through April 30, 2020.

Netherlands

  • American Airlines is suspending flights from Charlotte (CLT) and Philadelphia (PHL) to Amsterdam effective immediately, as CLT and PHL are not approved airports for coronavirus screenings. Routes are scheduled to resume May 7, 2020.
  • Delta Air Lines is suspending flights from Orlando (MCO), Portland (PDX), and Salt Lake City (SLC) to Amsterdam effective immediately because they are not approved airports for coronavirus screenings. Additional daily flights from Seattle (SEA) and Detroit (DTW) will be suspended from March 28 through mid-April.
  • Air Bridge Cargo is suspending all freighters until 2nd of April.

Poland

  • Although no US-based airlines are scheduled to fly to Poland in the upcoming months, United Airline's Star Alliance partner LOT Polish Airlines is suspending its entire international network starting March 15 for a period of 10 days (although inventory is blocked through March 29, 2020) following a directive from the Polish Government. All LOT Polish flights from Chicago (ORD), Los Angeles (LAX), New York (JFK), Newark (EWR), and Miami (MIA) to Polish airports will be canceled during this period.

Portugal

  • Delta Air Lines is suspending service to Lisbon from New York (JFK) from March 16 onward for 30-days (April 15, 2020), extensions beyond that date possible.

Spain

  • American Airlines is operating flights to Madrid and Barcelona from New York (JFK), Dallas (DFW), and Miami (MIA) for seven days providing customers and employees safe returns home, then from March 19 through May 6 service will be suspended.  Service from Charlotte (CLT) and Philadelphia (PHL) to Madrid and Barcelona is suspended effective immediately because CLT and PHL are not approved airports for coronavirus screenings. Routes are scheduled to resume May 7, 2020. Take note that tickets on some routes are still being sold, so purchase with caution.
  • Delta Air Lines is suspending service to Madrid and Barcelona from Atlanta (ATL) and New York (JFK) from March 16 onward for 30-days (April 15, 2020), extensions beyond that date possible.

Switzerland

  • American Airlines is suspending flights from Charlotte (CLT) and Philadelphia (PHL) to Zurich effective immediately, as CLT and PHL are not approved airports for coronavirus screenings. Routes are scheduled to resume May 7, 2020.
  • Delta Air Lines is suspending service to Zurich from New York (JFK) from March 16 onward for 30-days (April 15, 2020), extensions beyond that date possible.
  • United Airlines is suspending flights to Geneva from Washington DC (IAD) between April 4 and April 30, 2020, and service from Chicago (ORD) to Zurich will also be on hold through the end of April.

United Kingdom

  • American Airlines is suspending flights effective immediately to London Heathrow through 6th of May
  • Air New Zealand is suspending flights effective 21st of March to London Heathrow through 30th of June
  • United Airlines will continue to fly their regular schedule from Europe to the U.S. through March 20, except IAH-LHR and DEN-LHR, which will suspend as of March 16.  After March 20, UA will fly three daily flights to LHR and FRA, and four flights a week to LIS. 
  • Delta Air Lines starting Monday 16th, Delta will operate one daily flight between the following cities:
    • Atlanta to Amsterdam
    • Atlanta to London-Heathrow
    • Atlanta to Paris-Charles De Gaulle
    • Detroit to Amsterdam
    • Detroit to London-Heathrow
    • New York-JFK to London-Heathrow
    • New York-JFK to Dublin

ASIA

Mainland China

  • American Airlines is suspending all flights to mainland China from Los Angeles (LAX)
  • Delta Air Lines is suspending all flights to mainland China from Atlanta (ATL), Detroit (DTW), Los Angeles (LAX), and Seattle (SEA), through April 30, 2020.
  • United Airlines is suspending all flights to mainland China from Chicago (ORD), Los Angeles (LAX), Newark (EWR), San Francisco (SFO), and Washington DC (IAD) through April 30, 2020.
  • China Eastern is scaling down the frequency:
    • CK222 (freighter to PVG) = cancel 2 flights per week
    • MU586 (Pax to PVG) = cancel 3 flights per week
    • MU578 (Pax to PVG) = cancel 3 flights per week
  • China Eastern is scaling down the frequency:
    • CZ328 (Pax to CAN) = cancel 2-3 flights per week
  • Air China is suspending CA988 until 31st of March
    • CA984 (Pax to PEK) = will share with SFO except Tuesday

Hong Kong

  • American Airlines is suspending flights to Hong Kong from Los Angeles
  • United Airlines is suspending all flights to Hong Kong from Newark (EWR) and San Francisco (SFO) through April 30, 2020.

India

  • Delta Air Lines is temporarily suspending flights between Mumbai and New York (JFK) starting Tuesday, March 17, 2020. No time frame is given on when it will resume.

South Korea

  • American Airlines is suspending flights to South Korea from Dallas (DFW) through May 1, 2020.
  • Delta Air Lines is suspending flights to South Korea from Minneapolis (MSP) through May 31, 2020. Departures from Atlanta (ATL), Detroit (DTW), and Seattle (SEA) will be reduced to five times weekly through May 31, 2020.
  • United Airlines is reducing its current service to South Korea from San Francisco (SFO) to only three times weekly through April.
  • Hawaiian Airlines is suspending flights to South Korea from Honolulu (HNL) through April 30, 2020.
  • Asiana is suspending OZ203 from LAX effective 13th of March until further notice.
  • Korean Air/SFO is suspending KE024 until April 24th.  KE026 cancels sporadically.
  • Asiana/SFO is suspending all of their passenger flights until 30th of April.

Japan

  • American Airlines is suspending the Narita & Haneda flights from 16th of March to 6th of May
  • Delta Air Lines is reducing service to Tokyo from Portland (PDX), Atlanta (ATL), and Minneapolis (MSP) through April 30, 2020. Flights to Nagoya and Osaka departing from Detroit (DTW) and Honolulu (HNL) will also be reduced through April. Seasonal service between Osaka and Seattle (SEA) will be suspended this summer.
  • United Airlines is suspending flights to Tokyo-Narita departing from Los Angeles (LAX) and Houston (IAH) through April 24, 2020, and from Chicago (ORD) through March 27, 2020. Service from Newark (EWR) to Tokyo-Narita will see a reduction in weekly departures in Aprilas well as the route between San Francisco (SFO) and Osaka.
  • Hawaiian Airlines is suspending its flights connecting Tokyo-Haneda and Kona (KOA) between March 28 and April 30, 2020, and service from Honolulu to Tokyo-Haneda will be reduced to twice daily between March 27 and May 1, 2020.
  • Japan Airlines is canceling their flights sporadically:

Philippines

  • Philippines Airline is suspending all of its flights from 20th of March until 12th of April.

 

Singapore

  • Singapore Airline is suspending SQ035 to Singapore from 11th March until 31st of May.

Taiwan

  • China Airline is suspending CI005 to Taipei until 31st of March.
  • EVA Air is suspending BR005 to Taipei until 31st of March.

 

MIDDLE EAST

Israel

  • Delta Air Lines is suspending its daily service to Tel Aviv from New York (JFK) on March 14 through March 25, 2020.
  • United Airlines is suspending service to Tel Aviv from Washington DC (IAD) from April 1 through April 30, 2020. Daily flights from Newark (EWR) and San Francisco (SFO) to Tel Aviv will be reduced to three times per week.
  • A 14-day quarantine for all passengers entering Israel has been instated by the government. Passengers arriving at Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) will have to prove they have adequate accommodation to be quarantined during their stay in Israel. In response, this provision has led many international airlines to suspend or reduce service to the nation. Customers with upcoming travel to TLV should contact their carriers directly for more information or travel alternatives.

Kuwait

  • Although no US-based carriers operate flights to Kuwait. The country has banned all commercial flights from entering the country starting March 13, 2020. No timeline is set on when the airport will reopen. Kuwait Airlines operates a nonstop flight between New York (JFK) to Kuwait City, which will be suspended until further notice.

 

Saudi Arabia

  • Saudi Air Cargo will suspend all of its passenger flights from the U.S. to The Kingdom until 31st of March.  However, they will continue to operate the weekly SV902 freighter from JFK to JED.

 

SOUTH AMERICA

Argentina

  • American Airlines is suspending service to Buenos Aires from Dallas (DFW) and New York (JFK) between March 16 and June 3, 2020. Service from Los Angeles (LAX) to Buenos Aires is suspended from March 16 through October 24, 2020. Service from Miami is also getting trimmed with flights to Buenos Aires put on hold between March 6 and May 6, and the route linking up MIA and Cordoba, Argentina, will be discontinued entirely effective immediately.
  • Argentina's government has stated it will stop issuing visitor visas and suspend flights from countries most affected by the virus including the United States, China, Japan, South Korea, and select European nations. Customers with upcoming travel to Argentina should contact their carriers directly for more information or travel alternatives.

Brazil

  • American Airlines is suspending service to Sao Paulo from Dallas (DFW) between March 19 and June 3, 2020, and service to GRU from Los Angeles (LAX) will be suspended through October 24, 2020, starting on the same date.

Chile

  • American Airlines is suspending service to Santiago from Dallas (DFW) through June 3, 2020. However, this flight cancellation is likely due to political unrest in the region, drops in demand, and American’s falling out with soon-to-be former alliance member LATAM alongside COVID-19 fears.

 

Australia

  • American Airlines is suspending service to Sydney from 18th of March to 6th of May
  • Delta is suspending service to Sydney from Los Angeles on the 18th of March until further notice

New Zealand

  • Air New Zealand is suspending service to Auckland from San Francisco through 30th of June
  • Air New Zealand will operate one single flight to Auckland from Los Angeles