South Korea’s Asiana Airlines said on the 29th, decided to temporarily suspend the incheon to Guilin, Haikou two routes from February 1, from the 3rd suspension of incheon to Changsha route, to prevent and control the outbreak of new coronavirus pneumonia. Asiana Airlines will closely monitor the progress of the outbreak prevention and control work before deciding on the timing of the restart.
Asiana Airlines will refund all passengers free of charge to change tickets, and decided to the outbreak of serious Wuhan to lend a helping hand, donated relief supplies. From the 31st of this month, incheon to Chengdu and Beijing flights will be loaded with the equivalent of 40 million won (about 236,000 yuan) worth of masks and medical supplies, emergency transport ation to the Wuhan area.
In addition, as the South Korean government raised the alert level for infectious diseases from “attention” to “vigilance”, Asiana Airlines launched its Countermeasure Sits, instructing flight attendants to wear masks on board, and equipped with masks and sanitized hand sanitizers at airports, maintenance and other places.
On the other hand, seoul Airlines also suspended the Incheon to Zhangjiajie and Linyi routes from the previous day. Jeju Airlines will suspend flights from 29 and 30 on two routes from Busan, South Korea, to Zhangjiajie. Isda Airlines has also decided to suspend flights from Qingzhou to Zhangjiajie from the 30th of this month to the 29th of next month, and is considering suspending other Chinese routes. It is reported that South Korea’s Dewei Airlines and Real Airlines to China routes are also in a state of suspension.