Are domestic flights cancelled due to coronavirus? Latest as PM advises against all but essential travel within UK – The Sun

THE Prime Minister has warned against all but essential travel within the UK as well as abroad because of the coronavirus pandemic, to reduce the spread of the virus.

While the majority of flights overseas to Europe, Asia and US have now been cancelled, have British domestic flights been affected?

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Airlines such as British Airways and easyJet currently offer flights between UK airports, along with regional airlines including Logan Air and Eastern Airlines.

Smaller airlines such as Aurigny Air Services and Blue Islands connect the mainland to the islands, such as Jersey and Guernsey

Airline Flybe once operated more than half of their routes within the country, although the airline went bust earlier this year.

Here is everything you need to know about domestic flights, including whether they are running and which flights have been cancelled.

EasyJet

EasyJet's domestic flights run between London Luton and airports in Scotland – Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen.

They also offer flights to Jersey from a number of airports throughout the year.

Today's flights from Newcastle to Bristol are still operating, although flights to Scotland have been cancelled.

Flights to Jersey appear to still be going ahead.

Sun Online Travel contacted easyJet for comment.

British Airways

The flag carrier operates a number of routes within the UK, such as between London Airports to the Midlands as well as Scotland and Jersey

The flights are currently still operating, although this is likely to change at the last minute.

A spokesperson for the airline advised passengers to keep track on their website as the situation is fast-moving.

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