Korean Air First Airline to Cancel Flights to Zagreb Due to Coronavirus

Daniela Rogulj

March 2, 2020 – Due to the fear of coronavirus, Korean Air is the first airline to cancel flights to Zagreb. 

Namely, Index.hr reports that Korean Air has canceled its Seoul-Zagreb route. These flights were scheduled to begin on March 31, 2020, but were canceled by South Korea’s national carrier Korean Air due to the spread of the coronavirus.

Their website lists the lines that have been canceled by each region of the world. Thus, several flights have been canceled for Europe, with some flying less frequently than before.

The line to Zagreb was canceled, according to current information, until April 23, 2020.

Recall that since the onset of the coronavirus epidemic, numerous flights of various airlines to many destinations have been canceled. The first airline to cancel its flights to Wuhan and parts of China was British Airways, which called for the safety of its staff and said it did not want to jeopardize them.

Some of the other companies, in turn, have said they are reducing the number of flights due to reduced demand.

In addition, South Korea, of which Korean Air is from, has the highest number of coronavirus infected after China with more than 4,000 cases.

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