British Airways and United Airlines are among the latest to cut flights while China Southern appears particularly vulnerable.
The analysis showed that Air China earnings are the least sensitive to a 1% change in domestic traffic volume, at 5.1%.
Pan Pacific Airlines and Royal Air Charter would transport back the remaining passengers on Boracay Island.
At a time when the country is mobilizing medical teams nation-wide to fight the virus in Wuhan, China’s travel industry is also taking measures to participate in the fight.
Airlines including Air China, OTAs such as Qunar, Ctrip, hotels like Hilton, Accor all offer refunds for Wuhan-bound services.
AirAsia said all its flights from Kota Kinabalu, Bangkok and Phuket to Wuhan would be temporarily canceled until Jan 28.
At least nine Chinese airlines have issued policies allowing travelers that had been quarantined or diagnosed with the virus to reschedule or cancel their flights for free.
The deal further accelerates the growing rivalry between Google and travel giant Expedia.
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