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máscara n95, CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER American Airlines further confirmed that representatives are currently in the process of contacting affected ticket holders. “We will continue to review our flight schedules to ensure we can accommodate the needs of our customers and will make updates as needed,” a spokesperson for the airline wrote in a statement. American Airlines cited a “significant decline in demand for travel to and from China” for the cancellations. (iStock)

máscara n95 - Meanwhile, American Airlines will still be operating flights from LAX to Hong Kong, and from Dallas/Forth Worth (DFW) to both Beijing (PEK) and Shanghai (PVG). FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS The cancellations come days after American Airlines extended its change-fee waivers for ticketholders scheduled to fly to China before Feb. 29, allowing them to change or delay their travel plans (up until the end of March) without incurring a change fee. News of American Airlines’ cancellations comes after United Airlines announced it would ground many of its China-bound flights from San Francisco International Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport, Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport in Virginia during the first week of February.

máscara n95, “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. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Additional airlines around the world have also scaled back their China-bound flights, like Air Canada, while others have canceled certain routes completely, like Finnair, which canceled five of its weekly flights to China through March 29, and British Airways, which suspended all service to mainland China.

máscara n95 - CDC expands passenger screening to 20 airports in the U.S. in response to the coronavirus outbreak. More cruise lines have canceled scheduled departures from China amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, which has killed at least 132 people and sickened nearly 6,000 across the globe. Over 50 million people remain on lockdown in 17 Chinese cities. The luxury Seabourn Cruise Lines has canceled the Seabourn Ovation’s Feb. 3 call in Xiamen following the updated travel advisory from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to a Level 3 for the region. Instead, officials for the Seattle-based, Carnival Corp. subsidiary have rerouted the ship to stop in Sandakan, Malaysia, on Feb. 10, a spokesperson told Fox News on Wednesday.

máscara n95 - An image of the Seabourn Ovation ship. The luxury liner's Feb. 3 call in Xiamen, China has been canceled following the updated travel advisory from the CDC for the region. (iStock) ACTRESS, HUSBAND SUE PRINCESS CRUISES OVER ALLEGED BEDBUG INCIDENT Likewise, Asia's Star Cruises has suspended operations for its SuperStar Gemini ship in Xiamen, Cruise Critic reports. Affected passengers can either receive a full refund or rebook a new cruise trip. Boarding has also been suspended for passengers and their close contacts living in Wuhan or the Hubei province for the foreseeable future.