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Travel During the Coronavirus Outbreak: What You Need to Know

Travel During the Coronavirus Outbreak: What You Need to Know

**This article is out of date, much has changed since we last updated this on March 16, 2020.

FAQ’s Regarding Travel During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Last updated 03/16/2020

[This page is being monitored and updated as new information becomes available]

READ: Coronavirus Travel Suspensions: What Travel Advisors Need to Know

READ: Find your airline for coronavirus updates

Ever since the first reported cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) hit the news in December, the coronavirus has dominated headlines everywhere. This outbreak, originating in Wuhan, China, has already had a major impact on economies across the globe. No industry has been more affected by the coronavirus outbreak than the travel industry.

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) reports that, “In 2019, there was a total of around 200,000 flights scheduled between the United States and the Schengen Area, equivalent to around 550 flights per day. There were around 46 million passengers (roughly equivalent to 125,000 travelers every day).”

Travelers are searching for questions related to refunds, waivers, and exchanges. If you are a travel professional, you’ve probably received many of these questions yourself. We hope these resources will help you feel better-equipped to assist your travelers as they make their travel plans.

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How are Airlines Responding to the Coronavirus?

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Infographic Regarding the Coronavirus

This infographic breaks down some fast facts about the coronavirus and travel.

Travel During the Coronavirus Infographic

Shawna Levet

Shawna Levet

Shawna is passionate about helping travel agents grow their business and expand their knowledge as travel experts. She has been in the travel industry since 2011, helping agents and travelers alike find the best negotiated airfare and travel coverage to meet their needs.

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