List of airlines offering free cancellation or changes because of coronavirus
With the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, some citizens have been concerned about charges on flight cancellations or changes.
Well, a number of international airlines which fly in and out of the country are offering consumers free cancellations or flight changes.
Business Insider SA has compiled a list of the airlines and the terms attached to the cancellations or changes.
Here is the list of airlines that are offering free cancellation or changes due to the coronavirus outbreak:
- United Airlines
- British Airways
- Qatar Airlines
- Turkish Airlines
- Singapore Airlines
- Cathay Pacific
- Virgin Atlantic
- Air France
- Lufthansa and Swiss Air
Listen below to also find out how your travel insurance could be impacted by the outbreak...
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