Emirates, Eithad, FlyDubai, and Air Arabia have suspended all passenger flights after the travel ban imposed by United Arab Emirates
All flights will be suspended from 25 March 2020, and only the UAE citizens will be allowed to return to their county before the travel ban.
Etihad airways, the national carrier of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and a Virgin Australia partner will be grounding around 90 aircraft.
Even before the coronavirus crisis emerged, Etihad Airways had been reporting losses year after year which exceeding US$5.6 billion since 2016.
Emirates will be more than 200 aircraft, including 115 A380s, but said it has sufficient cashflow to pull through this almost no travel demand