American, Delta Suspend Milan Flights Over COVID-19 Outbreak

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Credit: Rob Finlayson
American Airlines and Delta Air Lines both suspended operations to Milan, as Europe’s worst outbreak of COVID-19 shows no sign of abating. The decision by both carriers came after the U.S. State Department on Feb. 29 raised its travel advisory for Italy’s Northern Lombardy and Veneto regions to...

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