Southwest Airlines is scaling back flights again.
It will now suspend 1,500 flights per day starting from this Friday, March 27.
It comes just days after the airline announced it would cancel 1,000 flights on average per day.
The cancellations will be effective until at least April 14.
Southwest said most of the cancellations are on routes with multiple frequencies a day to minimize disruption to travelers.
It has already halted all international flights due to the downturn in travel demand and entry restrictions imposed by many nations.
It is also suspending all in-flight food and drink services to limit close interactions between cabin crew and passengers, and to help stop possible contamination in the cabin.
The airline told employees it is seeking ‘billions of dollars of immediate liquidity within weeks’ as passenger loads are down to about 20%.