- US airlines are cutting services to Asian cities outside of China as coronavirus spreads across national boundaries.
- Delta Air Lines and Hawaiian Airlines were the first to suspend routes and reduce frequencies to Seoul, South Korea.
- United Airlines announced Friday it would suspend certain routes to Tokyo while reducing frequencies and downgrading planes on other routes to Asian cities.
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As the novel coronavirus continues to show little regard for international borders, US airlines are beginning to greatly scale back their services abroad.
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