All SAS flights to and from Milan, Bologna, Turin and Venice will be suspended from March 4th until March 16th, the airline said on Tuesday. It said it would be in contact with affected passengers.It came after Denmark’s Foreign Ministry and the Norwegian Institute of Public Health on March 2nd updated their travel recommendations to advise against all unnecessary travel to the Italian regions of Emilia-Romagna, Lombardy, Piedmont and Veneto. SAS previously cancelled all flights to mainland China, where the outbreak of the coronavirus began, and later extended that policy until March 29th, as well as suspending flights to Hong Kong from March 5th.Several other airlines worldwide have suspended or reduced flights to northern Italy, where the bulk of the country’s coronavirus cases have been confirmed. As of March 3rd, Delta and American Airlines had suspended flights to Milan, Turkish Airlines had cut all flights to Italy, while Brussels Airlines, RyanAir, Easyjet, Wizz Air, and British Airways had all reduced flights. By Ahmed Tanveer (Please send your news, article, pictorial on our email address <email@example.com & WhatsApp +923132434567 PLEASE SEND YOUR COMMENTS Thanks)
Oslo- Norway. The biggest airline scanadavian airlline canceling the flgiht china and Italy because of deadly crona virus spread. The safety of our passengers and employees is our highest priority. After evaluating the situation in China regarding the coronavirus, SAS has decided to suspend all flights to and from Shanghai and Beijing,” said the airline in a statement on Thursday afternoon. The cancellations affect flights from Copenhagen the main international airport used by people based in Denmark and southern Sweden – between January 31st and February 9th.SAS said it was also closing sales for flights to Shanghai and Beijing until February 29th. Flights to and from Hong Kong are not affected by the cancellations.Passengers who were due to travel to, from or via Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong would be allowed to change their reservation and rebook their flight to another travel date, or receive a refund, said SAS.