U.S.-based carriers Delta Air Lines and Hawaiian Airlines announced temporary suspensions of some routes operating between the United States and South Korea on Thursday. The announcements are the latest indicator that the scale of the coronavirus impact on air cargo is moving beyond mainland China into other countries, with rising numbers of confirmed cases.
Beginning Saturday and through April 30, Delta is suspending its service between Minneapolis/St. Paul (MSP) and South Korea’s Incheon Airport (ICN). The carrier is also reducing its service between ICN and Atlanta (ATL), Detroit (DTW) and Seattle (SEA) to five times per week through April 30.
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