Eleven flights were canceled from Boston, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Miami, Newark, New Jersey, Orlando, Florida, San Francisco and Seattle.
Flights continue to Los Angeles, New York City and Dulles.
20 passenger and cargo flights of the Boeing 777 are scheduled to depart for the US on Thursday from Japan’s Haneda and Narita airports, although the company said it could replace the Boeing 777 used on some US flights. Airlines have advised passengers to be prepared for rescheduling of flights of various aircraft and to attach tickets for the same.
Japan Airlines on Wednesday canceled three-passenger five-cargo flights.
Air India has canceled a total of eight flights from Delhi to New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Mumbai and Newark.
British Airways has canceled scheduled flights from Heathrow to Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco.
Hong Kong’s Cathy Pacific has said it is ready to land its plane at airports affected by the US, with no cancellations if it deems it necessary.
South Korea’s largest airline Korean Airlines has flown four of its passenger aircraft Boeing 777 to 787 and two cargo planes 747-8 to 747-400 overnight. In this way he has avoided canceling the flight.
Austrian Airlines has used aircraft other than the Boeing-777 instead of canceling flights.
Germany’s Lufthansa has chosen a Boeing 747 instead of a Boeing 777 on some flights to the US.