British Airways, United Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Hong Kong Airlines are the latest airlines to cancel scheduled flights to China in response to the coronavirus outbreak, centred in Wuhan.  British Airways has suspended all direct flights to China until February 3. The move comes after the UK Foreign Office advised Britons against all non-essential travel to China.  A spokesperson for British Airways told the media that the airline is “urgently assessing the situation” and that it will “continually review our schedule according to advice from the authorities”:.   Virgin Atlantic, which is continuing to operate flights to mainland China as scheduled,

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