British Airways suspends all flights from London's second largest airport Gatwick
That's after airlines have been forced to mothball their fleets due to a drop in passenger demand and border restrictions.
"Due to the considerable restrictions and challenging market environment, like many other airlines, we will temporarily suspend our flying schedule at Gatwick," the airline said in a statement.
On Monday, airline EasyJet grounded all of its 330 planes, without specifying a date of return.Also on rt.com Two British Airways baggage handlers test positive for Covid-19 virus, sent home to self-isolate
World airlines have seen a huge drop in passengers since the outbreak, with the UK government advising against all non-essential travel.
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