The last 7 days have been busy for Star Alliance member carriers as many of them updated their upcoming summer timetables. 11 carriers provided updates to their routes and frequencies.
Kalamata-Tel Aviv effective June 13 will BEGIN 2x/week service (seasonal).
AIR NEW ZEALAND:
Auckland-Denpasar originally planned 1x/week service to start October 29 is now CANCELED.
Seoul(ICN)-Chicago effective July 22 will increase from 4x/week to 5x/week.
Seoul(ICN)-Denpasar effective July 25 will BEGIN 2x/week service.
Seoul(ICN)-Jakarta effective July 21 will BEGIN 1x/day service.
Seoul(ICN)-Phuket effective March 31 will increase from 6x/week to 1x/DAY.
Cali-San Andres Island effective May 31 will increase from 7x/week to 12x/week.
Split-London(LGW) effective April 29 will CONTINUE to operate 2x/week. Croatia had previously announced cancellation of the route.
Cairo-Gassim effective June 1 will BEGIN 1x/day service.
Frankfurt-Baku-Ashgabat effective March 31 will increase from 4x/week to 5x/week.
Frankfurt-Ekaterinburg effective June 1 will increase from 3x/week to 4x/week.
Frankfurt-Nizhny Novgorod effective June 1 will increase from 4x/week to 6x/week.
Singapore-Newark effective March 31 will be reduced from 1x/day to 6x/WEEK.
Bangkok-Phuket effective March 31 will increase from 14x/week to 17x/week.
Bangkok-Auckland effective July 1 will be reduced from 5x/week to 4x/week.
Istanbul(IST)-Dar es Salaam effective May 30 will increase from 5x/week to 1x/DAY.
Istanbul(IST)-Houston effective July 1 will increase from 4x/week to 6x/week.
Istanbul(IST)-Mosul effective March 31 will increas from 2x/week to 4x/week.
Istanbul(IST)-Sao Paulo-Buenos Aires effective July 1 will increase from 4x/week to 1/x DAY.