Coronavirus: Finnair cancels all flights to China until the end of April

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Finnair is reducing traffic and staffing due to falling demand due the coronavirus outbreak.

In mid-February, Finnair announced that they were cancelling all flights to China in March. The Finnish company is now taking further action, according to a report released by E24.

Finnair has cancelled all flights to China, that is to the cities of Guangzhou, Nanjing, Beijing Capital, Beijing Daxing, Shanghai and Xian, until April 30.

Normally, the company flies two daily flights to Hong Kong. From April this is reduced to one departure per day.

Finnair is also postponing the opening of the new flight route to Busan in South Korea. It was supposed to start in March, but is delayed until July 1, the company said.

SalmonBusiness was told last week that seafood processor Williksen Export, which trades heavily in the Korean market, has been severely affected by the virus situation.