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Ukrainian International Airlines has cancelled part of its flights to Lithuania amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
Ukraine's UIA cancels part of flights to Lithuania
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The company posted about its decision on Facebook. It cancelled some flights to Italy, Switzerland, Greece, Germany, Israel, Spain, the UK, Lithuania, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Poland, Austria, Czech Republic, Finland and Denmark.

"As Governments of many countries advice to avoid public events and limit inter-country trips, the demand for traveling by air reduces respectively," the company said.

WizzAir and Ryanair earlier announced their decisions to temporarily suspend flights from Lithuania to Italy, and WizzAir also suspended flight to Israel as well.

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