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Airlines Suspending Operations

by Matt Falcus

As a result of the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak, many airlines are suspending operations temporarily as international bans are put in place, and customers largely stay away from air travel.

This could be a great opportunity for spotters to (safely) catch up on some aircraft missing from your logs as most airlines will be parking up aircraft at their home bases.

  • Updated 20th March

Airlines suspending operations include:

  • airBaltic – 17 March – 14 April
  • airmalta – 21 March – 10 April
  • Air Dolomiti – 18 March – 19 April
  • Air Moldova – 17 March – 1 April
  • Air Transat – Gradual to 30 April
  • Austrian Airlines – 19-28 March
  • Brussels Airlines – 24 March – 19 April
  • Cebu Pacific / cebgo – 19 March – 14 April
  • FlyOne – 17-31 March
  • HK Express – 23 March – 30 April
  • Jetstar Asia – 23 March – 15 April
  • Jet2 – Until May
  • La Compagnie – 18 March – ?
  • LATAM Peru – 17-30 March
  • Laudamotion – 17 May – 8 April
  • LOT Polish Airlines – All International Service, 15-28 March
  • Luxair – 24 March – 19 April
  • Montenegro Airlines – 16 March – 1 April
  • Porter Airlines – 20 March – 1 June
  • Rwandair – From 21 March
  • STARLUX Airlines – 21 March – 30 April
  • TAME / LATAM Ecuador – 18 March – 5 April
  • Transavia – 23 March – 5 April
  • Volotea – 20 March – 8 April

 

These are all tentative dates. They may be extended, and positioning or repatriation flights may also take place.

Many more airlines are likely to suspend operations.

Many routes are also affected. See our Airbus A350, Boeing 747 and Boeing 787 routes pages for updates.

 

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