KLM is further adjusting its flights to mainland China and Hong Kong in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

Previously, KLM suspended its services to Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Hangzhou and Xiamen until March 28. Now, KLM flights to Chengdu, Hangzhou and Xiamen will be further suspended until May 3.

The Dutch carrier is also offering flights to Hong Kong every other day instead of daily flights until May 3.

The airline said it plans on resuming flights to Beijing and Shanghai in April. KLM offered daily flights to these cities before the coronavirus outbreak.

It added that its codeshare service on the following routes will remain in place:

  • Amsterdam-Beijing Capital (operated by China Southern)
  • Amsterdam-Guangzhou (operated by China Southern)
  • Amsterdam-Xiamen (operated by Xiamen Airlines)
  • Amsterdam-Shanghai Pudong (operated by China Eastern) “but frequency reductions expected”

KLM is offering rebooking and refund options to those who have a flight to, from or via China (including Hong Kong and Taipei) on or before May 31 this year.

Business Traveller Asia-Pacific is updating a list of carriers that have cut flights to Hong Kong due to the coronavirus outbreak:

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