Carrier restrictions due to coronavirus
Due to the global coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), carriers are implementing new travel restrictions to prevent the spread of the virus. Some carriers have temporarily suspended all operations, others require a health certificate, face mask, or a medical check to allow boarding.
Travelers who are currently travelling or need to travel in the upcoming days should monitor the situation closely. New restrictions may be introduced at any moment. Travelers should check if their trip is still scheduled before they travel. This is possible to do by checking carrier websites and flight status updates, airport websites, or tracking the flight number for the scheduled date.
In our efforts to provide our partners with as accurate information as possible given frequent changes in the situation, we are sharing all the available information to allow our partners to anticipate travel disruptions and offer guidance to our passengers.
The list of carriers with known restrictions is provided below. We’re doing our best to update it as often as possible. However, due to the high frequency of changes, it may not always be up to date:
Ryanair cancels more than 80% of flights between March 18th and April 30th and all flights between May 1st and May 31st. The situation might change depending on Government advice.
Wizzair grounds most of the flights and is performing medical screening of passengers on operating flights.
Easyjet cancels a significant portion of their flights; all flights from April 4th until further notice.
Vueling operations are affected by Spain’s border closure.
Frontier cancels the majority of the flights between April 3rd and April 26th.
Norwegian Air will gradually cancel 85% of its flights. The limited schedule will remain in place at least until 17 April. Also, their online check-in is no longer available for passengers departing from Schengen airports. Passengers are encouraged to arrive at the airport early enough to accommodate delays.
Laudamotion has canceled all flights between March 17th and April 9th and the majority of flights between April 10th and May 31st.
Spirit cancels all their services at LGA, EWR, BDL, IAG, and PBG airports between March 31st and May 1st.
Latam Airlines cancels the majority of the international flights between March 29th and April 30th.
Air France reduces its flight capacity by up to 90%.
Eurowings cancels the majority of the flights between April 8th and April 30th.
Pegasus cancels all flights between May 1st and May 15th.
British Airways suspends all London Gatwick operations.
Turkish Airlines cancels all international flights between March 27th and May 1st and all domestic flights between April 3rd and April 20th.
Viva Aerobus operations are affected by the Covid-19 travel restrictions.
Cebu Pacific cancels all flights from March 19th until April 30th.
Southwest airlines cancels most of their destinations until late May or June.
Volotea cancels flights until late May.
VietJet introduces mandatory health declaration to passengers before flying.
AirAsia cancels flights across the whole AirAsia Group from March onwards. Check the link for detailed information.