JetBlue cutting flight plans amid coronavirus concerns

JetBlue Airways is cutting its US flight plans, as traveler stress over the coronavirus has caused a sharp drop in demand.

JetBlue says it is diminishing its capacity by 5%. This comes as United Airlines said Wednesday it will lessen traveler carrying capacity 20% on international routes and 10% to 12% in the U.S.

JetBlue likewise plans to procure fewer individuals for both frontline and support positions.

United executives expect the decreases will carry into May.

Past that, it relies upon what befalls bookings throughout the next scarcely any weeks. United’s CEO and the president say they trust the moves are sufficient, yet the idea of the outbreak requires the aircraft to be adaptable by the way it reacts.

The declaration came hours after President Trump held a meeting with CEOs of significant aircraft transporters to talk about the industry’s reaction to the virus and the potential risk it poses to travelers. After the meeting, Trump focused on that the public should feel safe to travel, particularly in the United States.

United is postponing change expenses for any new bookings, domestic and international made between March 3 and March 31, 2020. This applies to all tickets, fare types, destinations, points-of-sale and travel dates available for sale.

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