The coronaviral pandemic has brought about a global travel slowdown, with many of the world’s largest cities struggling to keep up with the pace of travel.
Here are some of the biggest travel trends in the US and around the world as of April 1: The U.S. has been hit hardest by the virus, which has caused the death of more than 6,300 people.
Travelers in California, New York, Texas and Florida are seeing their trips drop by a staggering amount, with the average duration of travel from a major city to another dropping from almost a week to three days.
New York is experiencing its biggest drop in travelers to any U.K. city, with more than 5,600 flights canceled between April 1 and May 1, according to a CNNMoney analysis.
The U.N. said Tuesday that it is concerned about the spread of the virus and urged the U.P.S., which is headquartered in Los Angeles, to quickly implement mandatory vaccination programs for children and adults.
New Zealand has seen a huge drop in travel, with fewer than 50 flights being booked for each one coming through its airports.
Australia has seen the worst of the pandemic, with about 1,400 flights cancelled, with a total of about 7,800 flights canceled in the past week.
While most of the affected countries are experiencing a slight dip in travel activity, some are experiencing the worst travel disruption.
In the United Kingdom, the country’s largest city, Heathrow Airport has been closed and a lockdown has been put in place in London.
In China, more than 4,600 airlines have suspended flights.
In Germany, the Federal Aviation Administration has temporarily suspended flights to and from airports in the country.
In Sweden, the airport is closed and people are asked to stay in their hotels, the airline Kronos announced.
In Russia, a lockdown in the Moscow metro has been imposed.
Travel restrictions are also in place throughout the Middle East, including in Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait.
In Brazil, some flights from the southern states of Pernambuco, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo have been canceled, the Brazilian Railways said.
Some of the most drastic travel restrictions are in Europe.
Airport closures in some European countries are set to take effect Thursday, with travel restrictions across the continent including in Germany and France.
In some European Union countries, airport closures are expected to begin Monday, with restrictions in some countries set to extend to Thursday.
In Europe, the airlines that are affected include British Airways, Air France-KLM, British Airways and Ryanair.
The airline industry has been hard hit by the coronavid pandemic and airlines are looking for ways to help their customers during the worst time of the epidemic.
For example, the Air France route to Europe has been delayed in many cities due to the virus.
In addition, Air Canada, a Canadian carrier, has canceled its flights to New York City, Frankfurt, Paris and Brussels.
Airlines are also asking passengers to avoid travel to the United States.
Airline flights are also limited to two days per week.