The past 7 or 8 days have seen only modest adjustments to the timetables of a handful of Star Alliance member carriers. The major headline over the last week has been the resumption of service by Boeing’s 787. Several airlines, including United, Ethiopian and LOT have suggested that their 787’s will be coming back on line in the coming weeks.
Beijing-Pyongyang effective between May 6 and June 28 will be reduced from 3x/week to 2x/week.
Singapore-Denpasar effective July 26 will increase from 3x/day to 4x/day.
Singapore-Jakarta effective July 26 will increase from 8x/day to 9x/day.
Geneva-St. Petersburg effective July 25 will BEGIN 2x/week service.
Rio De Janeiro-Frankfurt effective August 11 is CANCELLED.
Bangkok-Sydney effective between May 5 and May 31 will be reduced from 11x/week to 10x/week.
Istanbul-Valencia effective October 27 will increase from 5x/week to 1x/DAY.
Newark-St. Lucia effective July 13 will begin 1x/week service (Saturday).