It seems that Covid-19/Human Malware has had one heck of a hit on the Lufthansa group of airlines, with three of their brands ceasing flying for now.
Currently, the following airlines have suspended operations:
- Air Dolomiti 18th March to 19th April
- Austrian Airlines – 19th March to 29th March
- Brussels Airlines – 21st March to 20 April.
Help pages for the three airlines are at
- Austrian Airlines https://www.austrian.com/Info/Flightinformation/Travel%20Alerts.aspx
- Air Dolomiti https://www.airdolomiti.eu/flight-information
- Brussels Airlines https://www.brusselsairlines.com/en-be/misc/AlertMessageDetail.aspx
If you’re meant to be travelling in the next few days, contact them. If you’ve got a little time to spend – then please hold on to let those with more pressing needs get through first, so they can be re-routed.
With these airlines keeping their feet on the ground, there’s a fair bit of capacity that has vanished – not that many people will be using it as the European Union borders are closing and non essential travel being halted for the next 30 days.
The move will leave Lufthansa, Swiss and Eurowings flying in the meantime, filling in via their hubs (or point-to-point services)
Although with how Covid-19/Human Malware is spreading, the cuts will be deep and hard for all airlines.
Let alone Lufthansa Group.
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