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Swiss WorldCargo suspends more flights

Swiss WorldCargo suspends more flights

SWISS and Swiss WorldCargo have suspended flights to Tel Aviv and Israel between 8-28 March as Coronavirus chaos continues to disrupt flight routes globally.

Flights to Tokyo, Osaka and Singapore will be reduced. Tokyo and Singapore will be served five times weekly, whereas Osaka will have two weekly flights until 24 April.As already announced, flights between Zurich and Shanghai and Beijing remain suspended until 24 April. The frequency of flights to Hong Kong will remain reduced to 5/7 days until May 30. The Airbus A340-300 will be used from 1 -28 March, and the Boeing 777-300ER will return to operation on 29 March.

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