Cathay Dragon has suspended flights between Hong Kong and Wuhan as the number of people infected by the coronavirus increases.
The airline, is the regional arm of Cathay Pacific will stop flying to Wuhan from 24 January 2020 until 29 February 2020.
The airline will be reaching out to affected passengers to help refund their bookings or postpone their travel plans.
China Airlines has also suspended flights to the central Chinese city of Wuhan from 23 January until 29 February 2020. This also includes flights by its regional carrier Mandarin Airlines.
Meanwhile, Singapore Airlines’ budget carrier Scoot has suspended its daily flights between Singapore and Wuhan until at least 26 January 2020.
All public transport in and out of Wuhan, including trains, buses and ferries, stopped at 10am on Thursday after the Chinese government imposed a quarantine to try to contain the spread of the coronavirus.