- Thousands of flights around the world have been canceled due to the novel coronavirus.
- This has decreased the number of people that can be found in international airports in countries like South Korea, China, and Italy.
- The International Air Transport Association has predicted a $29.3 billion loss in passenger revenue this year because of COVID-19.
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International airports around the world have become increasingly empty as flights have been canceled and more travel warnings have been issued during the coronavirus outbreak.
Source : BusinessInsider.Com