Countries across the world have closed borders and halted travel to combat the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, causing airlines to ground their fleets as demand disappears.
The coronavirus, officially known as COVID-19, has infected nearly 900,000 people, with over 42,000 dead. There is little indication in how long lockdown procedures will continue across the globe and continue to inhibit air travel.
Here are 10 images of airlines grounded at international airports across the globe:
Airplanes sit parked at Charles de Gaulle Airport during the coronavirus disease outbreak. (File photo: Maxar/Reuters)
British Airways planes are parked at Bournemouth Airport during the coronavirus pandemic. (File photo: Reuters)
Delta Air Lines passenger planes parked at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth international Airport in Alabama, US, due to the coronavirus pInandemic. (File photo: Reuters)
Grounded planes at Frankfurt Airport during the coronavirus pandemic. (File photo: Maxar/Reuters)
American Airlines planes sit crowded in Tulsa International Airport, Oklahoma, US. (File photo: Reuters)
Korean Air’s planes sit on tarmac at Incheon International Airport, Incheon, South Korea. (File photo: Reuters)
Lufthansa plans sit parked on a closed runway in Frankfurt, Germany, due to the coronavirus pandemic. (File photo: Reuters)
Jet2 planes seen grounded at Birmingham airport, UK, due to the coronavirus pandemic. (File photo: Reuters)
Air China planes seen parked on the tarmac at Beijing Capital Airport, China, during the coronavirus pandemic. (File photo: AFP)
Passenger and cargo planes parked at Mojave Air & Space Port in California, US, due to the coronavirus pandemic. (File photo: AP)
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