COVID-19: British Airways suspends Hong Kong flights as crew forced to quarantine after one crew member tests positive for coronavirus | World News


British Airways has confirmed it has temporarily suspended flights to and from Hong Kong after a crew member reportedly tested positive for COVID-19.

The airline has apologised to customers for the disruption to their travel plans.

The British flag carrier is understood to be supporting staff now having to quarantine in the former British territory.

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A member of the flight crew was found to have coronavirus on arrival at Hong Kong International Airport on Saturday, according to reports.

Due to Hong Kong’s COVID rules, the whole crew is having to isolate at a quarantine centre made up of shipping containers.

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