Coronavirus leaves flights empty as a passenger demand drops

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  • As coronavirus continues to sweep the world, the travel industry has been dealt a particularly hard blow. Airlines especially, already operating on tight profit margins, have been forced to cancel hundreds of flights thanks to a plunge in demand.

    The good news for travellers is that many leading carriers – BA and Virgin among them – are now waiving their flight change fees so that passengers can rebook at no extra cost.

    For the latest news and travel advice: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/advice/coronavirus-flights-cancelled-airline-booking-fees-waived/?WT.mc_id=tmg_youtube_offsite_televideo-youtubevideo&utm_source=tmgoff&utm_medium=tmg_youtube&utm_content=offsite_televideo&utm_campaign=tmg_youtube_offsite_televideo-youtubevideo

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