British Airways has suspended flights to Hong Kong until 2 December.
The move comes amid reports more crew members have had to quarantine in Hong Kong’s Penny’s Bay quarantine centre, the second time it has happened to a BA crew in a week.
The South China Morning Post said one BA worker had tested positive for COVID on arrival into Hong Kong on Saturday and the rest of the crew has had to quarantine at the camp because they are close contacts.
The first BA crew that had to quarantine in the camp last week has now returned to the UK, a spokesman for Hong Kong’s Department of Health told the publication.
BA said: “We apologise to our customers who have had their travel plans disrupted and will be in touch to give them options.”
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