The airline has announced the cancellation as a precaution amid health and safety concerns.Jet2 said online: "If your booking is affected, we’ll be in touch shortly. We will be operating some rescue flights in the coming days. The urgency to slow the spread of the virus has seen a demand for travel fall dramatically. Flights from Krakow to the UK will operate as scheduled until 16 March 2020.In line with the decision made by the local authorities, Jet2 are cancelling all flights to Madeira until 26 April 2020. These routes include London Luton to Bari and Catani. American is committed to taking care of any affected customers by assisting them with rebooking options. This will remain in place until April 3 when flights will be reviewed.The budget airline will also be cancelling its Israel flights, including London Luton to Tel Aviv, until March 23 2020.A Wizz Air spokesperson said: “Passengers with bookings affected by this change will be automatically informed and accommodated on an alternative route at the earliest possible date.“Customers who have booked directly on or the airline’s mobile app will receive an email notification, in which they are offered the free rebooking or full refund or 120 per cent refund of the original fare in airline credit.“Passengers can choose between the above options by clicking on the link in the e-mail and easily choosing the best option via our self-service platform.”.Wizz Air has suspended all flights to and from Poland from 00:00 15 March 2020 until 28 March.Wizz Air has suspended all flights to and from Moldova from 00:00 15 March 2020 until further notice.Wizz Air will suspend all flights to and from Lithuania from 00:00 17 March 2020 until March 30.Wizz Air will suspend all flights to and from Ukraine from 00:00 17 March 2020 until April 3.Wizz Air will suspend all flights to and from Latvia from 00:00 17 March 2020 until April 14.Wizz Air will suspend all flights to and from Russia (except UK destinations) from 00:00 16 March 2020 until further notice.Wizz Air will suspend all flights to and from Cyprus from 00:00 17 March 2020 until April 3.Wizz Air will suspend selected flights (France, Germany, Spain) to and from Georgia from 00:00 16 March 2020 until April 3.Wizz Air will suspend flights to and from Estonia from 00:00 17 March 2020 until April 3.Wizz Air will suspend flights to and from Kosovo from 00:00 17 March 2020 until April 3.Lufthansa has announced it will be cancelling flights across its networks, which includes Lufthansa Swiss, Austrian Airlines, Eurowings and Brussels Airlines.Flights to mainland China are suspended until April 23, and flights to Iran remain suspended until April 30.Services to Italy, Seoul and Hong Kong are running on a reduced schedule.Lufthansa has said it will reduce flights to Milan, Venice, Rome, Turin, Verona, Bologna, Ancona and Pisa as the month continues. 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Understandably, we’re receiving a lot of calls and messages on social media right now. "Flights from the UK to Lyon are cancelled until 19 April 2020 (inclusive) and flights from Lyon to the UK are running as scheduled until 21 March 2020 (inclusive). If your booking is affected, we’ll be in touch shortly. "Understandably, we’re receiving a lot of calls and messages on social media right now. We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. ".Flights from Budapest to Manchester, Leeds Bradford and Birmingham are running as scheduled until 20 March 2020 (inclusive) and flights from Budapest to Edinburgh are running as scheduled until 19 March 2020 (inclusive).In line with the decision made by the Cypriot authorities, Jet2 cancelling flights to Cyprus (Larnaca and Paphos) until 3 April 2020.In line with the decision made by the Government of the Czech Republic, Jet2 are cancelling flights to Prague. ".US airline United has said it will be reducing international flights throughout April by 20 percent. Thank you for your patience as we deal with customers as quickly as possible in departure date order, with priority given to those due to depart within the next 72 hours. Flights to badly hit countries have been cancelled completely,Never miss Bristol news again - sign up to receive our newsletter straight to your inbox.The coronavirus pandemic is hitting the air travel industry hard, with flights to badly hit countries such as Italy and China being cancelled completely by some airlines.Travel insurance firms Aviva, InsureandGo, LV= and Post Office have also withdrawn cover for claims relating to the coronavirus.With that in mind, it is advised you to check with your flight provider before you travel.Here is the most up-to-date list of the flight cancellations and restrictions across the major airlines:Air France has suspended flights to mainland China, Hong Kong, Seoul and Taipei. ... Ryanair. It has also cancelled all flights from the US to a number of mainland China airports.Flight waivers are also available on other routes.A statement on the company website reads: “We will continue to fly our regular schedule from Europe to the U.S. through March 20. Flights will resume from London Heathrow on 1 April 2020, and from Tel Aviv 2nd April 2020.Lack of demand coupled with the increase in confirmed cases across Italy has lead to the Hungarian airline pulling all flights to and from Italy. Coronavirus flights: easyJet, Ryanair, BA & more cancel due to pandemic - full list CORONAVIRUS has swept the world into a frenzy as the fast-spreading disease hits pandemic status. Please see our.Coronavirus has officially been named by the World Health Organisation as a pandemic. Coronavirus signage at Whiston Hospital in Merseyside. A flight to Norway will cost the same as a Manchester dayrider bus ticket.Those hoping to get out of Britain in the next few months could save a huge amount on flights - if you're willing to risk booking.Brave travellers who fancy their chances of getting abroad could bag a massive discount on a number of popular destinations flying from across the UK.In a bid to boost passenger numbers, the operator has released a million seats as part of its 48-hour £5 promotion.The deals are available to book now and are valid for travel through to October, but travellers will need to be quick as the sale ends at midnight on Wednesday (September 2).And unlike previous sales, if you've booked and the government's travel advice doesn't change, the flights will be subject to change fees in order rebook for a later date.But if the gamble pays off, it could be a way to save a massive amount on flights that would usually come at a premium price during the late.While London Stansted seems to have got the best end of the deal with 46 destinations on the £5 sale list, there are still a decent number of top city break spots available from Manchester at the heavily-discounted rates.So if you are debating a late getaway, take a look at what savings could be made on flights in the flash sale.EasyJet passenger filmed being removed from flight by police for refusing to wear face masks.How to sign up to our newsletter to get the latest headlines from the M.E.N.The new films out on NowTV, Amazon Prime and Netflix this weekend,Here's what NowTV, Amazon Prime and Netflix have on offer this week,Tesco shopper rages at Lindt for new 'pathetic' sharing tins - 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Those who have will not be allowed to fly to Grenada, Antigua and Barbuda, India, Hong Kong, Jamaica, St Lucia, Israel, Trinidad and Tobago, or the US.They have also suspended Heathrow-Shanghai operations until April 19.WizzAir has cancelled all flights to and from Italy until April 3 while the country is on lockdown.A Lufthansa Airbus passenger planes stand on the tarmac at Munich International Airport (March 13),(Image: Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images),When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. "This has resulted in easyJet cancelling all flights between France, Germany, Switzerland and Morocco with immediate effect. Ryanair has cancelled flights due to a drop in demand (Image: PA). Ryanair was one of the first airlines to announce its intention to fly again. "We will be operating our normal schedule on Sunday 15 and Monday 16 March to try and allow as many people as possible to return home. Flights from the UK to Grenoble are cancelled until 19 April 2020 (inclusive) and flights from Grenoble to the UK are running as scheduled until 21 March 2020 (inclusive). If your booking is affected, we’ll be in touch shortly. However, the flight schedule from Prague to the UK is running as normal until 16 March 2020.In line with the decision made by the Polish government, Jet2 are cancelling all flights to Krakow until 27 April 2020. This decision has been made with the safety of customers and staff at the front of our minds," said Virgin.The next available Virgin Atlantic flight (VS250) will depart London Heathrow on Monday 20 April. Schedule changes will take place this Saturday, March 14.“At that time, customers will be able to check the status of flights beyond March 20 on or the mobile app.”.As of March 12 Emirates has suspended flights between New York EWR and Athens, and flights from Fort Lauderdale until March 31.It has also cancelled flights between  New York JFK and Milan, Venice, Milan, Bologna and Rome until April 3. ".The airline said on Sunday: "In line with the decision made by the local authorities, we’re cancelling all flights to France (Grenoble, Lyon, Nice and Paris). Flights to Milan and Seoul are scheduled to resume on April 25.There is also a reduced service to South America, including a suspension of flights to Argentina.Flights have also been suspended from specific American airports to European cities such as Madrid, Amsterdam and Frankfurt.Delta Air Lines has suspended all flights to China until the end of April and reduced the services to South Korea and Japan. Get updates about the latest coronavirus news for Bristol, ... Ryanair. ".Following the lockdown in Spain, Ryanair announced it has been “forced” to axe flights to and from Spain.The cancellations are diarised from Monday 16 March until Thursday 19 March. "Our flights from Geneva to the UK are running as scheduled until 21 March 2020 (inclusive). 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"We’d like to apologise for any inconvenience caused and any customers booked to travel should visit,Virgin Atlantic has additionally suspended services between London Heathrow and Tel Aviv until April. After that, we expect to fly daily to Zurich, Brussels, Paris, Amsterdam, Manchester and Edinburgh, maintain multiple flights to Frankfurt and Munich, and operate 18 daily flights to and from London, three to Dublin and four flights a week to Lisbon, all while continuing to monitor demand. The airline said: "In line with the decision made by the local authorities, we’re cancelling all flights to Switzerland (Geneva) for the rest of winter - until 19 April 2020 (inclusive). Meanwhile, some domestic German routes will also be hit.Swiss has said it is likely flights to and from Florence, Milan, Rome and Venice will be impacted until April.Austrian Airlines has reduced its schedule to Italy throughout March and April by around 40 percent.Meanwhile, Eurowings has followed suit until March 8 2020.Beyond March 14 the airline will continue to provide routes to the USA from Europe, though these will be indirect working in partnership with United Airlines.According to the company website: “All other U.S. flights will be suspended until further notice due to U.S. administration restrictions, including all departures from Munich, Düsseldorf and Geneva. ... Coronavirus The number of cases continues to rise by 3,330 in 24 hours. newspaper archive.- Sign into and go to Manage Bookings.Express. At present, our schedule remains as published on our website. Flights to Italy have been cancelled with immediate effect.Customers are advised to stay up-to-date with the company.Dutch airline KLM has suspended all flights to mainland China, including hubs Chengdu, Hangzhou and Xiamen, until May 3.Flights to Hong Kong have also been reduced until May.Passengers have the option to rebook to get a full refund for their affected flight.Up to and including 29 March, KLM will continue flying to and from Atlanta, Washington, New York JFK, Los Angeles, Chicago, and San Francisco, possibly with an updated schedule.The airline has also cancelled flights to and from Venice, Milan, Milano and Naples until April 3, 2020, and will continue to work with authorities regarding safety.KLM has changed its flight schedule to and from India, with plans to reduce frequency from March 23 to March 28. We know our lines are busy, however we’ve brought in extra teams to help so please bear with us. Our team is proactively reaching out to customers who may be affected by these travel restrictions to ensure they are accommodated. But ours is no longer a local story. The company plans to gradually resume their operations from March 29, depending on how the pandemic situation unfolds.The airline has also reduced its flights across Europe by 25 per cent and has suspended flights to all their Italian destinations until April 3.American Airlines has suspended flights to China and Hong Kong until April 23/24.Due to the reduction in demand, the airline has also suspended operations to and from Milan, Italy, from New York (JFK) and Miami (MIA) and flights to Seoul, South Korea. Due to the reduction in demand, the airline has also cancelled flights to and from Milan, Italy, New York and Miami.Flights to Milan and Seoul are anticipated to resume on April 25.American is "evaluating its current scheduled service to the United Kingdom and Ireland," following Trump's USA ban, the airline said today. ".If you are flying to/from Hong Kong up until 31 May 2020, you can rebook on to another flight, at a later date. Budget airline Ryanair is selling off flights from Manchester for just a fiver ... Marseille France £ 5.00 . All Ryanair customers will be contacted and travellers are encouraged not to telephone the airline.The budget airline said in a statement today: “In response to the decision of the Spanish Government to 'lock down' the entire country to contain the spread of the Covid-19 virus, Ryanair Group Airlines (including Buzz and Lauda) has been forced to severely reduce flights to/from Spain, the Balearic Islands and Canary Islands from 24:00 Sun 15 Mar until 24:00 Thurs 19 Mar.“We are contacting all affected customers by email to advise them of their options and we urge customers not to call us.“This is a fast-moving and complex situation and the safety and well-being of our people and customers is our main priority.“We will continue to comply fully with all WHO and EASA guidelines and we will follow any travel restrictions that are imposed.“Ryanair Group Airlines apologises sincerely to all customers affected by these restrictions introduced by the Spanish Government which are necessary to combat the Covid-19 virus.Ryanair has also cancelled flights Berlin Schönefeld to Tel Aviv and Eilat Ramon, from Berlin Tegel to Tel Aviv, from Nuremberg, Memmingen, Karlsruhe Baden Baden to Tel Aviv and Marseille to Tel Aviv from March 15 until April 8.There will also be no flights to and from Georgia or from Spain to Montenegro. American previously announced a schedule reduction to London on March 12, 2020," said the carrier in a statement online. As a result of these extraordinary circumstances, we have cancelled a number of flights.On Saturday, the Spanish Government declared a lockdown, placing strict restrictions on travel to and from the country. The airline will continue to provide updates based on the development of the COVID-19 crisis.However, the airline has said that it will provide “rescue flights” for travellers who find themselves stranded in Italy following the news.An easyJet spokesperson said: “Following restrictions implemented by the Italian authorities, easyJet is now in the process of cancelling all of its existing scheduled flights touching Italy between March 10 and April 3 2020. Our.explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. The Lufthansa Group will continue to serve all destinations in Canada until further notice.”.The airline will be contacting affected passengers in due course.Norwegian has announced it will be suspending more than 4,000 flights as well as implementing layoffs to staff. The airline has also reduced its schedule to Hong Kong, merging two daily flights into one.On Saturday, it was announced that America's travel ban on European countries has extended to the UK and Ireland.Concerning USA flights, British Airways has explained the following on its website:"If you are halfway through your journey and would like to return home earlier than planned, please call the contact centre and we’ll book you onto the next available flight. ",Coronavirus flights: UK government explain lack of travel ban,British Airways coronavirus contingency plans in Executive Club email,Coronavirus cruise: Boris Johnson warns against cruises,Coronavirus: Full list of countries FCO warns against travel to,Coronavirus flights: Full list of airlines cancelling journeys,Coronavirus flights: The most dangerous seats on board,Travel ban: Can I still go on holiday to the USA? "We are currently evaluating what this means for our customers and flying programme. Journeys between Bangkok and Hong Kong have been suspended from March 9 to March 31, and Kuwait journeys are cancelled until March 31.There will be no flights to Tehran, Saudi Arabia, Guangzhou or Shanghai until further notice.See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, ".Switzerland flights from the UK with Jet2 are also cancelled. ".In line with the decision made by the Austrian government, Jet2 cancelling flights to Austria (Friedrichschafen, Innsbruck and Salzburg) until 18 April 2020.In line with the decision made by the Hungarian authorities, Jet2 are cancelling all flights to Hungary (Budapest) until 2nd April 2020 (inclusive) - "subject to review as this is a fast-moving and complex situation. However, flights from 17 March until 29 March will be cancelled and only a number of rescue flights will operate," said easyJet.The rescue flights will be available online on Monday (tomorrow). "American has not yet made any additional adjustments to its schedule at this time. "Flights from the UK to Nice are cancelled until 4 May 2020 (inclusive) and our flights scheduled for 16 March 2020 from Nice to Leeds and Manchester will be combined into one flight to Manchester – coach transport will be provided to Leeds Bradford for LBA customers. Our flights from Madeira to the UK are running as scheduled until 21 March (inclusive).Heathrow-Shanghai journeys are cancelled until April 19. order back issues and use the historic Daily Express Following the U.S ban on travel form most of Europe, the airline has grounded 40 percent of its long-haul fleet and will cancel up to 25 percent of its short-haul flights until the end of May.Jacob Schram, CEO of Norwegian said: “This is an unprecedented situation and our main priority continues to be the care and safety of our customers and colleagues.”.From March 29 until the end of April, all flights from Paris, Barcelona, Madrid, Amsterdam, Athens and Oslo to the US will be cancelled.However, at the time of writing all 11 routes, Norwegian operates between London Gatwick and the U.S. will remain in place.The short-haul network is also heavily impacted.Norwegian is working to cancel and merge domestic flights in Norway and flights within Scandinavia, including  Oslo-Copenhagen and Oslo-Stockholm. We are contacting all affected customers by email to advise them of their options and we urge customers not to call us. Many flights have been impacted.In a bid to protect passengers, coupled with the lack of people booking trips, a number of big-name airlines across the world have been pushed to cancel flights.Here is a list of flights cancelled from some of the biggest names in the air industry.If your flight is cancelled it is advised that you contact the airline operating your journey for information on how you can get a refund.Most carriers are updating affected passengers in due course.Following the increase in cases across Italy, the budget airline decided to pull the plug on all flights to and from Italy until April 8 2020.“Passengers looking for repatriation can obtain a free move to an earlier Ryanair flight operating up until midnight Friday, March 13.“Affected passengers will be able to choose between a full refund or a travel credit that can be redeemed on Ryanair flights in the next 12 months.”.All flights to and from Poland have also been axed as the country goes into lockdown.The airline said in a statement today: “In response to the decision of the Polish Government to “lock down” the entire country to contain the spread of the Covid-19 virus, Ryanair Group (including Buzz and Lauda) has been forced to cancel all flights to/from Poland, from 24:00 Sat 14 Mar until 24:00 Tues 31 Mar.