Corona virus takes over airlines business

WASHINGTON: Due to the Corona virus, many countries are facing heavy costs because of the closure of many countries.
According to details, after the outbreak of Corona virus from China around the world, different countries have banned flights from and from their country, which has led to the airlines business. With the closing of the borders of most countries, airlines are facing heavy costs, while it is now difficult for large foreign airlines to afford operational costs.
The airlines, on the other hand, are attracting employees to take annual leave to reduce costs. Airlines will not withdraw education, accommodation, medical and staff travel without pay leave.
According to reports, British Airways and Ryanair have canceled 432 flights announcing a cut in flights between the third and fourth week of March. Including flights to London and New York, France, Italy, Germany and elsewhere.
Ryanair, one of Europe’s largest airlines, is also declining flights to Italy between March 17 and April 8.

It should be noted that the Corona virus, which has spread from China, has now spread around the world, killing approximately 3100 people.

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