LAS VEGAS — Korean Air announced Wednesday that it's suspending flights to dozens of cities around the world amid the outbreak of COVID-19, better known as coronavirus.
The airline announced that it had canceled routine flights between its hub near Seoul to American cities like Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Honolulu Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington.
Most American flights were canceled through April 25. Click here for more information.
The airline also announced it was suspending flights to major travel hubs like London, Frankfurt, Sydney, Rome and Beijing. Most international flights were canceled through April 25, but some flights to cities in Asia have been canceled through May 31.
This story was originally published by Jason Dinant and Austin Carter on KTNV in Las Vegas.