Airline service between Prescott and Los Angeles has been temporarily suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak. City officials say due to the emerging challenges in California, United Airlines will put a stop to flights between the two cities starting Sunday and lasting through May 4th. United is still offering a daily flight from Prescott to Denver and back once a day. Starting tonight, prior to boarding a flight to Prescott, inbound airline passengers will be notified by the airline that those entering the state from places of substantial community spread of COVID-19, will have to immediately self-quarantine for 14 days upon arriving in Prescott. The new rule follows Governor Ducey’s executive order that was put into play earlier this week.