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Where You Still Can Fly Internationally?

Airlines drastically reducing capacity in light of the severe drop in demand due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. However, you still can fly internationally.

In just the last few days, the impact of the coronavirus has really hit home and disrupted the daily routines of hundreds of millions of people around the world. State and local governments continue to close schools, encourage people to avoid bars and restaurants and cancel more large gatherings. Airlines drastically reducing capacity in light of the severe drop in demand due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. However, you still can fly internationally and here is our shortlist of destinations:

Turkish Airlines starting from 27 March 2020 23:59 (UTC+3) until 17 April 2020 will fly to New York, Washington, Hong Kong, Moscow and Addis Ababa.

Hawaiian will perform one daily nonstop flight between Honolulu and Los Angeles.

Across the Atlantic, Pacific and Latin America, United will operate approximately 45 daily flights in April:

From New York, United will continue to operate to Brussels, Frankfurt, London-Heathrow, Mumbai, New Delhi, Tel Aviv, Tokyo-Narita, Cancun, Antigua, Nassau, Providenciales, Punta Cana, Santo Domingo, San Juan, St. Lucia, St. Thomas.

From Washington, United will continue to operate to London-Heathrow.

From San Francisco, United will continue to operate to Melbourne, Osaka, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo-Haneda, Tokyo-Narita, Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Cancun.

From Houston, United will continue to operate to Cancún, Guadalajara, Leon, Los Cabos, Mazatlán, México City, Monterrey, Puerto Vallarta, Belize City, Sao Paulo.

From Chicago, the airline will continue to operate to Cancún. From Los Angeles – to Los Cabos.

In addition to the above, United has reinstated the following flights to help displaced customers who still need to get home.

International flights through 3/27 outbound

  • Newark/New York – Amsterdam (Flights 70/71)
  • Newark/New York – Munich (Flights 30/31)
  • Newark/New York – Brussels (Flights 999/998)
  • Washington-Dulles – London (Flights 918/919)
  • San Francisco – Frankfurt (Flights 58/59)
  • Newark/New York – Sao Paulo (Flights 149/148)

Flights through 3/29 outbound

  • San Francisco – Seoul (Flights 893/892)

Condor is expanding its return flight schedule to include scheduled flights, initially until 18 April 2020, starting next Monday to Seattle, Palma de Mallorca, Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Jerez de la Frontera on the Spanish mainland.

SkyUp Airlines will operate a series of non-scheduled commercial special flights to allow Ukrainians and foreigners with a residency permit to return home from abroad:

03/23/2020 – Naples, Paris (Beauvais), Frankfurt, London, Warsaw, Berlin, Barcelona
03/24/2020 – Prague, Berlin, Munich, Paris (Beauvais)
03/25/2020 – Prague

Aeroflot will continue to operate flights from Moscow to the following destinations in Europe: Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Bucharest, Dublin, Geneva, London, Madrid, Paris and Rome. From 29 March, Aeroflot will continue to operate flights to the US only between Moscow and New York.

American Airlines continue operating flights Dallas-Fort Worth to London. 

Long-haul flights are offered as scheduled from Frankfurt and Zurich. Lufthansa‘s intercontinental flight schedule from Frankfurt is as follows: three times a week to Newark, Chicago (both USA), Montreal (Canada), Sao Paulo (Brazil), Bangkok (Thailand), Tokyo (Japan) and Johannesburg (South Africa). 

Qatar performing a number of flights to Asia. Etihad still operating a number of flights till March 25.

SAS will continue to operate the following routes and destinations with limited service:

•    Routes between the Scandinavian capitals as well as Copenhagen to Bergen, Gothenburg and Stavanger
•    Europe: Routes to Amsterdam, Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, Helsinki, London Heathrow, Manchester, Paris, Reykjavik, Zurich, Alicante, Las Palmas, Malaga, Palma de Mallorca, Nice and Athens
•    USA: Copenhagen-New York, Copenhagen-Chicago and Stockholm-New York
•    Asia: Copenhagen-Tokyo

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.

Air France will operate the following routes (flight schedule for the week of 23 March):

  • Europe: Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Berlin, Dublin, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, Geneva, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Munich, Stockholm, Zurich
  • Africa: Abidjan, Bamako, Conakry, Cotonou, Libreville, Dakar
  • North America: New York, Los Angeles, Montreal, Mexico City
  • South America: Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo
  • Asia: Tokyo

For the next week (Fri 27 Mar to Thur 2 Apr), Ryanair will operate daily or weekly flights on the following routes; (all flight info details are on our website at www.ryanair.com).

To/From Ireland: Dublin – London (STN), Dublin – London (GAT), Dublin – Birmingham, Dublin – Bristol, Dublin – Edinburgh, Dublin – Glasgow, Dublin – Manchester, Dublin – Amsterdam, Dublin – Brussels, Dublin – Berlin, Dublin – Lisbon, Dublin – Cologne, Cork – London (STN).

To/From the UK: London (STN) – Dublin, London (GAT) – Dublin, Birmingham – Dublin,  Edinburgh – Dublin, Bristol – Dublin, Glasgow – Dublin,  Manchester – Dublin, London (STN) – Eindhoven, London (STN) – Lisbon,  London (STN) – Cork, London (STN) – Berlin, London (STN) – Budapest.

 

Iuliia Tore