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Week of September 28, 2020

Air France: will resume Chennai-Paris flights from 26 October.

Week of September 21, 2020

Delta: will resume flights from Minneapolis/St Paul International Airport to Amsterdam next month.

Week of September 14, 2020

British Airways: Increasing flights from Heathrow to Lahore from 12 October.

Week of September 7, 2020

Delta: Introducing additional flights from New York (JFK) to Barcelona (BCN), Madrid (MAD), and Rome (FCO).  Also additional flights from Boston (BOS) to London (LHR).

Week of August 31, 2020

IAG Cargo: Cargo divisions of British Airways and Iberian have added Nairobi and Johannesburg as network destinations. It is also resuming flights to and from Abuja, Accra, Cairo, and Lagos. 

Virgin Atlantic: Virgin Atlantic Cargo is set to operate flights between the UK and Pakistan from December this year, operating three new routes: London Heathrow to Lahore; London Heathrow to Islamabad; and Manchester to Islamabad. 

Week of August 24, 2020

New Zealand: Government extends COVID-19 lockdown in Auckland through August 30.

Air Canada: Relaunching passenger flights to Sao Paulo (GRU) next week.  Also promoting capacity to Paris (CDG), Delhi India (DEL), Brussels (BRU) and Zurich (ZRH). 

Week of August 17, 2020

New Zealand: Air New Zealand restricting operations as a result of extended lockdown in Auckland.

Emirates: Increasing Dubai-Sao Paulo route from 24 August.

Delta: Resuming flights between LAX and Haneda, Japan.  Also JFK-Madrid, Boston-London, and JFK-Rome. 

Ethiad: Increasing capacity from North America with additional departures from New York (JFK), Chicago (ORD), Toronto (YYZ) and Washington DC (IAD). 

Week of August 10, 2020

Emirates: Set to resume flights to Birmingham, Cebu, Houston and other cities in U.S.

Week of August 3, 2020

Ethiad: Announced a restart to North America network with IAD flights starting August 7th and an increase in capacity as ORD, JFK and YYZ all increase their frequencies this week. 

Polar: Introducing new nonstops to NRT and ICN.  In addition to direct Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri ORD-JFK-ICN-HKG, Polar is offering ORD-ICN Day 7 and ORD-NRT Day 1. 

Swiss: Chicago to Zurich frequency increase from 3 to 5 days per week as of 01st August. In addition, Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia open as of 01st August.

Week of July 27, 2020

Polar: Introducing new Freighter on Day 7 (Sunday) operating ORD-ICN-HKG.

Delta: Adding new widebody flights to their network for the month of August, including ATL-DUB, ATL-MUC, JFK-LHR, JFK-MXP, ATL-HND, LAX-HND. 

AFKL: Adding a 3rd frequency from IAD to AMS beginning in August, and JFK to CDG will become daily starting August 3. 

Egypt Air: Introducing new freighter service Day 3 from JFK to CAI. 

Lufthansa: Announcing additional belly capacity from Lufthansa Group Airlines. Austrian Airlines (OS) and Brussels Airlines (SN) are ramping up capacity from several key US markets: OS has resumed service from ORD, EWR, and IAD to VIE. And on August 31, SN will resume direct service from JFK to BRU. 

Beyond Europe, SN resumes service to its extensive network in Africa throughout August. OS offers additional capacity to Bangkok with its direct VIE-BKK service starting August 1. 

Week of July 20, 2020

KLM: Announcing the resumption of Amsterdam to Shanghai services.

Week of July 13, 2020

Ethiad: Announcing the launch of mini-freighter from Abu Dhabi (AUH) to Dammam (DMM).

Air France/KLM: Announcing BOS to AMS and CDG 3x per week each.  AMS on days 3,4,7 and CDG on days 1,4,6. 

Week of July 6, 2020

Air France/KLM: Increasing network with additional flights:  BOS-CDG, more JFK to CDG, MIA-CDG, IAH-AMS, SFO to AMS and CDG. 

Air Canada: Adding more cargo capacity to and from Europe in June and July in addition to the network of cargo-only flights on international routes.   

Ethiad: Announced the return of YYZ-AUH flight, as of July 6th 2020, on a weekly basis. The flights will operate 2x weekly. 

IAG Cargo (British Airways and Iberian): Announced new cargo-only routes MAD-EZE starts 03 July.

Ethiad: Increasing capacity from North America with a 3rd ORD Freighter (Effective 11 July, 2020), and 3x weekly passenger operations from ORD, JFK and YYZ (Effective 13 July, 2020).

KLM: Restarting service from Washington Dulles to Amsterdam 2x per week on days 5 and 7.   

Week of June 29, 2020

United Airlines: Continuing cargo-only flight from USA to: TLV, GRU, SCL, BOM, DEL, GUM, HKG, ICN, NRT, PEK, PVG, SIN, TPE, AMS, BRU, DUB, FCO, FRA, LHR, ZRH. 

Delta: Will add almost 1,000 flights system-wide in July, boosting service and nonstop connectivity to popular summer destinations and major business markets, including USA to BOM, FRA, LHR, AMS, CDG, ATH, TLV, ICN, HND, PVG. 

TAP Portugal: Direct flights MIA to GRU. 

Singapore Airlines: Continue with twice-weekly full-turn freighters from DFW serving Europe, India, UAE, SIN/Asia,  SoPac. 

Week of June 22, 2020

Delta Air Lines: Resuming flights between U.S. and China on 25 June.

South Africa: Still no flights into Durban, the only option is via JNB with trucking to Durban.

American Airlines: Highlights of July widebody schedule:  10 weekly flights from Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) to Tokyo Haneda (HND) and Tokyo Narita (NRT), and 7 weekly flights from Los Angeles (LAX) to HND.  Three-times weekly service from DFW to Dublin (DUB).  Twice-weekly flights from Philadelphia (PHL) to Rome (FCO), Frankfurt (FRA) and Milan (MXP).  Daily domestic service between LAX and Miami (MIA).  Twice-weekly service between MIA and Buenos Aires (EZE). 

Iberia: Will be restarting flights to and from Madrid to Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Panama, Uruguay and a few select US destinations and are now open for bookings. Buenos Aires will be coming into cargo-only schedule from the beginning of July alongside existing rotations to Colombia, Peru and Mexico – all also to and from Madrid. 

El Al: In addition to JFK to TLV, also accepting shipments to HKG, BJS, BOM, IST for connection through TLV. 

SAS Cargo: Increasing to five weekly service from Chicago and New York to Copenhagen with scheduled trucks to MMX, GOT, ARN, OSL.   

Cargolux: Starting July 7, will reinstate service to Johannesburg and Nairobi. 

Week of June 15, 2020

IAG Cargo: British Airways re-introducing PAX flights from Houston to London 3x per week on days 3, 5, 7.

Air France / KLM: Additional passenger flights begin service ORD to CDG, additional flights BOS to AMS and CDG, additional JFK to CDG, additional ATL to AMS, additional IAH to AMS. 

Ethiad: Increasing network through hub of Abu Dhabi to destinations throughout Europe (FRA, AMS, CDG, LHR, MXP), Asia Pacific (HAN, PVG, HKG, SIN), Africa (NBO, JNB) and Gulf region (RUH). 

United Airlines: In addition to current service from the U.S. to Asia, Australia, Europe, India, Latin America and the Middle East, United is now offering cargo-only flights to key international markets including Dublin, Paris, Rome, Santiago and Zurich.  

Swiss WorldCargo: Further enhances routes from Zurich to Tel Aviv, Dar es Salaam and Nairobi with additional flights. These destinations are added to a network currently serving Zurich to:  Chicago, New York, Bangkok, Beijing, Hong Kong, Dubai, Johannesburg, Mumbai, Sao Paulo, Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo. 

Week of June 8, 2020

United Airlines: Expanding service to Dublin, Paris (CDG), Rome (FCO), and Zurich.  United has already announced expansion of service to Amsterdam (AMS), Brussels (BRU), Frankfurt (FRA). And London (LHR). 

Air France / KLM: Expanding service from Paris (CDG) and Amsterdam (AMS) to various locations in the Caribbean and Latin America.  Paris to/from St Martin, Panama City.  Amsterdam to Paramaribo, Aruba, St. Martin, and Quito.  Also resuming Paris to Johannesburg. 

Week of June 1, 2020

India: We are closely monitoring Cyclone Nisarga as it makes expected landfall near Nhava Sheva and bracing for impact on airport operations.

Singapore Airlines: Reinstating flights for some destinations in June and July - Adelaide, Amsterdam, Auckland, Barcelona, Brisbane, Cebu, Christchurch, Copenhagen, Hong Kong, Medan, Melbourne and Osaka.

Week of May 25, 2020

Air France/KLM/Delta: The combined JV network will be expanding service in the following lanes:  Chicago to London, Chicago to Amsterdam, JFK to Bombay, JFK to Amsterdam, Atlanta to Frankfurt, Houston to Amsterdam, LAX to Frankfurt, LAX to Amsterdam. 

United: Expanding service to Santiago, Chile and Sao Paulo (GRU) Brazil.   

Delta: Resuming flights between Latin America and USA with flights connecting Atlanta, Miami, and Santiago, Chile.

South Africa: Durban airport remains closed, all cargo is routed via Johannesburg and trucked to Durban. 

Week of May 18, 2020

Emirates: Beginning service USA to Copenhagen, Amsterdam, and Oslo.

IAG Cargo (BA/IB): Now accepting express bookings from London to Bombay, India.   

Ethiad: Increasing capacity from JFK and ORD to AUH. 

United: Adding cargo-only capacity from San Francisco (SFO) to Incheon, Singapore, and Taipei. 

Delta: Increasing Transatlantic service by adding capacity Los Angeles – Frankfurt, Chicago – London, New York – Bombay.

Week of May 11, 2020

South Africa: Cape Town and Durban Intl Airports remain closed, cargo-only moving via OR Tambo Intl, Johannesburg and then on-carriage arranged via truck to CPT/DBN. The cargo section at ORT is heavily congested as ground handlers are only 50% operational. Special essential service registration required to obtain release of cargo at airport.

Week of May 4, 2020

American Airlines: Will be offering 126 flights per week from the USA to worldwide destinations including Shanghai, Sydney, Madrid, Paris, London, Rome, Zurich, San Juan.

British Airways: Will resume flying from July at 50 percent capacity.  

Week of April 27, 2020

Swiss Cargo: Operating an additional 100+ Cargo-only flights from Zurich to destinations including Shanghai, Beijing, New York, Chicago, Tokyo, Bangkok, Singapore. 

ANA: Adding additional flight capacity to Tokyo with cargo-only passenger flights. 

Virgin: Introducing JFK and LAX flights to Dublin. 

Ethiad: Introducing freighter Service Chicago-Frankfurt-Abu Dhabi. 

Week of April 20, 2020

TAP Portugal: Re-introducing Chicago to Lisbon all-cargo flight beginning Monday, April 27. 

Air Canada: Increasing frequency to Tokyo to 4 x per week.  Also serving Europe with 30 flights per week.  Daily flights to Frankfurt and London. 

Virgin Atlantic: Resumes China cargo service with 3x weekly departures from London to Shanghai. 

TAP Portugal: Suspending North America operations through May 17. 

Air Canada: Air Canada suspends all flights to U.S. through 22 May after extension of border closure.

Singapore: Announces additional extension of 'circuit-breaker' through June 1. Ports and airports still operational.

April 16, 2020

Air Canada: Expanding service to Shanghai to now 7 days per week from Toronto. 

Delta: Beginning this week, Delta’s scheduled cargo operation will increase to daily service with the addition of flights from Los Angeles. The flights will operate daily to and from Shanghai, with a stop in Incheon. Detroit-Incheon-Shanghai service will operate four times weekly, and Los Angeles-Incheon-Shanghai will operate three times weekly. 

April 15, 2020

United Airlines: Promoting “freight only flights” to many destinations in the EU, including Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, Shanghai, Dublin, Brussels, Sydney, Hong Kong. 

Delta Airlines: Offering Cargo flights to Amsterdam, Incheon, Tokyo. 

Cargolux: Effective immediately, Cargolux will be imposing a complete embargo from the USA and USA territories on certain PPE commodities. The only exception to the embargo which would allow Cargolux to accept or transport a shipment containing the “covered materials”, is a FEMA authorization for the shipment. This authorization would need to be provided by the shipper/freight forwarder at the time of booking.  

April 14, 2020

Air Canada: Space available now for Frankfurt, Paris, Shanghai, and Hong Kong.

India: Lockdown extended until May 3, airports and CFS are exempted from lockdown however operating with limited resources for cargo flight loading and offloading at the terminals. Cargo movement in and out of terminals/CFS are operating with limited resources. Primarily these are focused on essential goods.

April 14, 2020

India: Lockdown extended until May 3, airports and CFS are exempted from lockdown however operating with limited resources for cargo flight loading and offloading at the terminals. Cargo movement in and out of terminals/CFS are operating with limited resources. Primarily these are focused on essential goods.

April 9, 2020

Lufthansa: Cancelling freighter to Johannesburg and Nairobi. 

American Airlines: Will be adding more cargo-only flights to network, DFW to Frankfurt, DFW to Dublin, DFW to Hong Kong, JFK to London.

April 6, 2020

Qatar: Now offering Freighter service 2x per week to Australia, MEL and PER. 

American Airlines: Confirming daily flight operating from DFW to London, 3x per week DFW to Tokyo. 

Delta: Suspending service between ATL and London, as well as JFK-London.  Final flight scheduled to depart London on April 6. 

April 3, 2020

Air Canada: Now offering cargo-only capacity from Toronto to Shanghai. 

Singapore Airlines: Now offering limited lower deck capacity for cargo, connecting SIN with various locations:  Americas (LAX), AUSNZ (SYD, MEL, PER), Intra Asia (ICN, NRT, BJS, PVG, TPE, HKG), and Southeast Asia (KUL, HAN, SGN, JKT, MNL, BKK) 

Lufthansa: Increasing service to HKG by 1 flight per week. 

April 2, 2020

United Airlines: Now offering service direct cargo-only to Shanghai from Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.

Cargolux: Has removed for time being following destinations from their flight schedule: ABJ/ACC/ASB/BKO/BQN/BZV/CAI/DLA/FBM/FIH/JNB/LOS/NBO/NDJ/OUA/PHC/SCL/UIO (South Africa/Africa and Latam destinations).

April 1, 2020

Australia / New Zealand: Airlines canceling allocations and bookings into AUSNZ due to severe freight backlog. Other airlines have canceled all PAX service.

March 31, 2020

American Airlines: AA is now opening up more cargo-only routes.  Newest service DFW to FRA will start operating this week. This is in addition to current service from DFW to London, MIA to London, and DFW to Tokyo. 

TAP Portugal: Suspending all North America operations effective April 1 through May 4. 

Qatar Airways: Qatar will resume scheduled bellyhold cargo operations to China with the utilization of its passenger aircraft to six cities:  Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Chongqing and Hangzhou. 

March 27, 2020

Iceland Air: All passenger flights cancelled until further notice.

South African Airways: Cancelled all passenger flights ex-US until May 31.

Cathay Pacific: All flights to India are cancelled due to India's government restrictions.

LATAM Airlines: Cancelling ORD to VCP freighter.

AeroMexico: Suspending freighter operations until further notice.

March 26, 2020

South Africa: 21-day lockdown in effect, for aviation: All international and domestic flights are prohibited, irrespective of the risk category of the country of origin.  
Only essential air cargo will be allowed. However, cargo from a high risk country must be sanitized.

March 25, 2020

New Zealand: Transportation and ancillary services such as customs and other border agencies remain operational. There may be delays due to reduced vehicle capacity and the priority to move food and medicinal goods.

India: Airports are operating with limited resources for flight and loading and offloading at the terminal. Cargo movement in and out from terminal is only permitted for essential cargo as stipulated.

March 23, 2020

Cathay Pacific: Will reduce passenger capacity by 96%.  Cathay Pacific will operate three flights per week to 12 destinations: London (Heathrow), Los Angeles, Vancouver, Tokyo (Narita), Taipei, New Delhi, Bangkok, Jakarta, Manila, Ho Chi Minh City, Singapore and Sydney.  Cathay Dragon will operate three flights per week to 3 destinations: Beijing, Shanghai (Pudong), and Kuala Lumpur. 

Qatar Airways: Announced that cargo capacity commitments, block space agreements, and allocations can no longer be guaranteed. 

Turkish Airlines: Suspension of 80% of passenger flights, freighters will continue.

March 20, 2020

Delta Airlines: Reducing or suspending flights to most South American destinations including the following:  Chile, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia.

LATAM Airlines: Due to government restrictions in place, LATAM airlines is cutting passenger service to the following:  Columbia, Argentina, Peru, Ecuador. Freighters will still operate.  

Qatar Airways: Major reductions to passenger fleet globally into and out of Doha. 

Saudi Cargo: All passenger flights from LAX, IAD, and JFK will be suspended for the next 15 days.  Freighters still operating. 

Air Canada: Accepting only priority bookings.  Announcing various suspended flights from Canada hubs to Denmark, UAE, Italy, Spain, Hungary, Greece, Israel.

India: The country of India has announced travel restrictions preventing passenger planes from disembarking on India soil.  This will affect all passenger airline services into the country.  Cargo freighters are still operating at this time. 

March 18, 2020

Air France: Currently all passenger flights Trans-Atlantic are suspended or will be suspended through April 11.  Any freighter operations are still operation as normal. 

American Airlines: All Passenger flights Transatlantic to and from EU are suspended expected to resume May 7.  In addition, flights to South America are being reduced / suspended, especially to Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia. 

Delta: Currently all passenger flights Trans-Atlantic are suspended or will be suspended through April 11.  In addition, flights to South America are being reduced / suspended, especially to Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia. 

Cargolux: Freighter service still operating at normal schedules.  

Lufthansa: Currently all passenger flights Trans-Atlantic are suspended or will be suspended through April.  Any freighter operations are still operating as normal. 

March 13, 2020

Delta: Has suspended all flights to and from Mumbai out of JFK, effective March 15.

American Airlines: All flights from DFW to PEK and PVG is suspended through Oct 23. Service will resume on Oct 24. All flights from DFW to HKG will be suspended through Jul 1. From Jul 2 onwards, flights will resume through Oct 23. 

All flights from LAX to PEK/PVG/HKG is suspended through Oct 23. 

March 12, 2020

Delta: All US flights to China discontinued through May 31.

March 11, 2020

United States: Suspending all travel from Europe for 30 days, effective 3/13 (does not apply to the UK).

Brussels Airlines: Suspending all remaining flights to and from Italy between March 12 and April 3.

March 10, 2020

Spain cancels all flights to/from Italy in response to COVID-19.

British Airways: Has canceled all flights to and from Italy until the conclusion of the government-issued lockdown.

Air France: Canceling all flights to/from Italy from March 13 through April 3.

March 9, 2020

Delta: New York-JFK-Milan:  Suspended effective March 5 through April 30, New York-JFK-Venice:  Seasonal service postponed to May 2, Detroit-Rome: Reduced to three times weekly effective April 1 through April 30, Atlanta-Rome:  Five times weekly service reduced to four times weekly, effective March 8 through March 22.  Daily service reduced to four times weekly effective, April 1 through April 30.  Reduced to seven times weekly effective, May 1 through May 20 

March 6, 2020

Delta: Will reduce its weekly flying schedule to Japan through April 30 and suspend summer seasonal service between Seattle and Osaka for 2020.

March 4, 2020

American Airlines: Suspending operations to and from Seoul, South Korea (ICN), and Dallas Fort-Worth (DFW), effective March 4, 2020. Flights to Seoul are scheduled to resume April 25. 

March 3, 2020

Lufthansa: Decided to continue to extend the suspension of passenger flights from and to Mainland China until 24 April 2020.  Additionally, flights between Munich and Hong Kong will be suspended and flights between Munich and Seoul will see reduced frequencies between 5 March and 24 April 2020. Lufthansa Cargo plans to maintain connections to and from Mainland China with cargo aircraft.

Swiss Cargo: Flights between Zurich and Shanghai and Beijing will be suspended until 24 April. From 4 March to 30 May the frequency of flights to Hong Kong will be reduced to 5/7 days. 

March 2, 2020

British Airways: Canceled flights from London to United States between 16-28 March.

Delta: Temporarily suspended daily flight between New York - John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP). JFK to MXP - last departing flight on Monday, March 2, MXP to JFK - last departing flight on Tuesday, March 3. Service to and from Milan will resume May 1 and 2, respectively.

February 28, 2020

US Air: Canceled flights to Tokyo, Osaka, Singapore and Seoul because of COVID-19; its China flights remain suspended through 30 April.

February 25, 2020

Cathay: Starting to accept more general cargo bookings for freighter network. However, many Passenger flights in March remain cancelled due to low passenger demand.

February 21, 2020

No additional updates to report at this time.

February 13, 2020

ANA: Announcing flights are now re-opening for booking for China Points, although still expecting backlogs. Accepting bookings to PVG, TAO, TSN, DLC, HKG, CAN. Wuhan, Chengdu, Shenyang still suspended. 

United: Extending suspension of flights from Beijing, Chengdu, Hong Kong, Shanghai until April 24. 

Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon: Will continue to progressively reduce the frequency of passenger flights ex JFK to Hong Kong until the end of March 2020. 

Air Canada: Extending the suspension of its flights between Canada and Beijing and Shanghai until March 27, 2020. Additionally, from March 1-27, 2020, Air Canada will temporarily suspend its daily non-stop Toronto-Hong Kong flights, reflecting reduced market demand.  Daily, non-stop Vancouver-Hong Kong flights will continue. 

February 12, 2020

American Airlines: All flights to and from mainland China and Hongkong from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) and Los Angeles (LAX) hubs have been suspended.

• Flights between DFW/LAX and mainland China are suspended through April 24.

• Flights between DFW and Hong Kong (HKG) are suspended through April 23.

• Flights between LAX and HKG are suspended through April 24.

February 10, 2020

Air France / KLM:  All flights to/from Shanghai (PVG) and Beijing (PEK) have been suspended up to and including 15 March 2020.  As from 16 March 2020, AF (together with KLM) will gradually resume operations to/from Shanghai and Beijing, alternating one daily flight to each destination.

February 8, 2020

China Airlines:  Beginning 10-FEB-2020, passenger flights from Taiwan will only be on routes to/from to PEK, PVG, XMN and HKG.  Freighter service to SZX, CAN, XMN, PVG are still scheduled.  

February 7, 2020

ANA: partially suspend, decrease or change aircraft type on China routes out of and into Japan.

UPS: continues to operate but bookings may be delayed due to supply and demand.

February 5, 2020

American Airlines:  Suspending flights from LAX and DFW to Hong Kong

United Airlines:  Suspending flights into and out of Hong Kong

February 3, 2020

Qatar Airways:  Suspending all passenger flights to mainland China until further notice.  Freighters are still operating as normal.

Korean Airlines:  Flights to WUH, KMG & TAO will be cancelled until 23FEB due to the coronavirus. 

UPS:  UPS Air Cargo is suspending bookings destined for China due to the variability of our flight schedules caused by the Coronavirus.

January 31, 2020

Delta:  All flights to and from China suspended from Feb 6 through April 30.  The last China-bound flight departing the U.S. will leave on Monday, Feb. 3 with the last return flight back to the U.S. departing China on Feb. 5.

China Airlines:  Announcing Flight cancellations from USA to TPE hub through end of February.

Virgin:  Suspending London to Shanghai through April 30.  Hong Kong still operating.

American Airlines:  American is suspending all operations to and from the Chinese mainland beginning today through March 27.

January 23, 2020

Air France:

  • Effective 23 January, suspended direct flight to/from Wuhan (WUH) due to closure of the airport;
  • Effective 31 January, to suspend direct flights to/from Beijing (PEK) and Shanghai (PVG).

KLM:

  • Effective 30 January, suspended direct flights to/from Chengdu (CTU) and Hangzhou (HGH);
  • Effective 30 January, reduced the number of weekly flights to/from Shanghai (PVG) from 11 to 7;
  • Effective 31 January, to suspend direct flights to/from Xiamen (XMN).
  • From 2 until 9 February, to suspend all direct flights to/from China (CTU, HGH, XMN, PVG and PEK).

Polar:  Extensive cancellations from US to AP destinations Inchon, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Narita, Ningbo.  Cancellations in effect until approximately Feb 20.  At this time, Polar is not accepting any booking.  This is a combination of CNY backlog and Coronavirus concerns.