The US has now removed travel restrictions from most of the major international airlines including American, Emirates, United, and Qatar Airways.
This includes a number of airlines which were previously restricted to a few cities in Europe, such as British Airways, Emirates Airline, and Norwegian.
The new US restrictions will apply to the following airlines: American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, United Continental, Alaska Airlines, and Alaska Southwest.
American Airlines said it will no longer fly to New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Miami, and Atlanta.
Delta Air lines flights to Los Angeles, New York, and Dallas have also been banned from the US.
This is not the first time the US has imposed restrictions on airlines.
Earlier this month, the US announced it would close the borders to Europe and the Middle Eastern states for 30 days starting on March 3.
This meant that US citizens would be unable to travel to the countries they had previously visited.
Airline restrictions have been a popular topic of discussion in the US after an uptick in terrorist attacks in Europe.
More than 70 people have been killed and more than 800 wounded in the past year by ISIS, which has carried out a series of attacks in the European Union and the US, including at least six in Germany.
In the United States, the new travel restrictions will be in place from March 4 until March 31.
At the same time, American has confirmed it will temporarily suspend flights to Dubai and other Gulf Arab nations.
The airline also plans to suspend all flights to India.