United will halt all flights to Australia across March and April, except for Sydney-San Francisco.
Fewer flights around the world, and almost none of them on Qatar Airways' Airbus A380.
Airlines abandon the once-crowded skies across the Pacific.
SAA makes an unsurprising exit from Australia, and the rest of the world.
Cathay will slash its global network to just 12 cities, and Sydney is the sole Australian survivor.
Qantas' downsized domestic network sees fewer flights on most routes, and many destination dropped altogether.
Virgin will drop almost two dozen routes from its domestic network over the coming weeks.
Airbus will need to wait a little longer for Qantas to sign on the dotted line for its fleet of Project Sunrise jets.
Australia's borders will be shut to all foreign visitors, with only Australian citizens and residents allowed in.
Air Canada pulls the plug on Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne flights as Canada and Australia put up their borders.
Qantas' international network will shut down until at least the end of May 2020.
Virgin Australia will suspend all flights to Los Angeles, New Zealand & Tokyo as it temporarily becomes a domestic-only airline.
ANA's second daily Sydney-Tokyo service is the latest casualty of the coronavirus.
The US airline and Virgin Australia partner will pull out of Australia until at least mid-April.
Passengers can now cancel all Qantas domestic and international bookings for travel until May 31, and fly at a later date.
All passengers flying before June 30 can change their flights, or even their destination, at no charge.
If you've just flown into Australia from overseas, you'll need to self-isolate for 14 days.
The US carrier suspends flights to Sydney, which means the rumoured Brisbane-LAX service is also on hold...