American Airlines has suspended its service to several destinations, including Guyana.
In a statement, late Saturday, the US-based carrier announced that effective Monday and until May 6, it will be suspending its service to Guyana from both Miami and New York.
According to the airline, flights scheduled for Monday will operate as scheduled but the suspension will take full effect afterwards.
American Airlines operates daily flights to Guyana from New York and Miami.
The airline will be waiving all change of date fees for those passengers already booked on its service.
Other affected countries in South America include Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru.
“This suspension will last through May 6. This change is in response to decreased demand and changes to US government travel restrictions due to the coronavirus (COVID-19).”