United Airlines reduced and cancelled its services to many Asian cities because of low demand due to corona virus COVID-19.  United Airlines has most services to Asia than any other U.S. carrier.

According to report United Airlines, starting March 8 to April 24, it will cancel all its services to Narita International Airport in Japan from Los Angeles and Houston.  It also says it will cancel flight from Chicago to Narita and switches to Haneda Airport.

In addition, it will be cutting number of its flights down from Tokyo to Newark, San Francisco to Osaka, Singapore and Seoul.

It will also continue to Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong until April 30.

Fears arise that more U.S. carriers may follow United Airlines and cut more flights.

So far no reports of possible reduction or suspension of flights to Guam or Palau have been made.

Impact of the virus on international travel has also impact shares of United Airlines as well as other U.S. airlines.