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n95 mask spain online, The coronavirus disease has spread to 15 countries as global financial markets take a hit; Benjamin Hall reports. Multiple U.S. airlines are canceling flights and extending their travel waivers for passengers scheduled to fly to China amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak that’s already killed over 170 people and sickened thousands and thousands more. United Airlines announced on Tuesday that it had canceled some of its scheduled China-bound flights from San Francisco International Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport, Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport in Virginia for the first week of February.

n95 mask spain online - CORONAVIRUS HITS TOURISM IN CHINA, JAPAN AND THAILAND 'HARD,' COSTING BILLIONS “Due to a significant decline in demand for travel to China, we are suspending some flights between our hub cities and Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai beginning Feb. 1 through Feb. 8. We will continue to monitor the situation as it develops and will adjust our schedule as needed,” United said a statement to Fox News. On Wednesday, American Airlines temporarily suspended flights between Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Shanghai Pudong Airport (PVG) and Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK). The airline said the cancellations would extend from Feb. 9 through March 27.

n95 mask spain online, The carrier cited “significant decline in demand for travel to and from China” for the move, a representative for the airline confirmed to Fox News. Later that same day, Delta Air Lines said it would be reducing its current flights to China by about half, or roughly 21 weekly flights, between Feb. 6th through April 30. Delta is temporarily reducing the number of weekly flights it operates between the U.S. and China due to significantly reduced customer demand prompted by global health concerns related to coronavirus, the carrier wrote in an alert on its website.

n95 mask spain online - Earlier in the week, both American Airlines and Delta also extended their change-fee waivers, allowing ticket holders with flights to China to change their travel arrangements without incurring a change fee. (More information can be found on American and Delta’s respective websites.) A representative for American Airlines told Fox News on Tuesday the carrier originally decided to extend its travel waiver (first issued through the end of January) to “provide additional flexibility to customers” as the “Coronavirus continues to evolve.”

n95 mask spain online - Across the globe — and as seen here on a departures board at the Narita airport in Japan — flights to certain regions of China have been canceled amid reports concerning the novel coronavirus first identified in Wuhan. (Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg via Getty Images) CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER United Airlines, meanwhile, is currently offering similar “flexibility” to its travelers scheduled to fly to Beijing, Chengdu, Shanghai and Hong Kong before Feb. 29, waiving a change fee for any travel scheduled before that time. United travelers with tickets to Wuhan through March 29 are also eligible for refunds — “even for nonrefundable tickets,” the airline wrote online.