Airlines ground flights


Airlines ground flights

Airlines ground flights

EasyJet has warned most of its fleet could be grounded in response to the coronavirus outbreak while British Airways is expected to be reduce capacity by 75% in April and May.

Virgin Atlantic will reduce daily flights by around 80%.

Ryanair said it expected the majority of its fleet in Europe to be grounded over the next seven to 10 days.

Meanwhile, travel company Tui has cancelled the vast majority of its holidays.

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