Minor changes for Kenya Airways, China Southern, China Airlines and Korean Air…

Kenya Airways:

Nairobi-Dzaoudzi-Moroni effective in June 2012 will increase from 3x/week to 4x/week. Effective in July, this route will increase to 5x/week.

China Southern:

Shenyang–Fukuoka effective March 25 will increase from 2x/week to 3x/week.
Shenyang–Nagoya effective March 25 will increase from 2x/week to 3x/week.

China Airlines:

Kaohsiung–Nagoya effective March 25, 2x/week service is canceled.

Korean Air:

Seoul-Vienna-Zurich: Sadly, on July 1 the 747-400 is being replaced by a 777-200 on this route. No more 747’s at VIE.
Seoul–Chiang Mai effective March 25 increases from 2x/week to 1x/day.
Seoul-Denpasar effective March 25 reduces from 11x/week to 9x/week.
Seoul-Manila effective between April 2 and May 19 increases from 14x/week to 18x/week.
Seoul-Tashkent effective June 26 reduces from 3x/week to 2x/week.
Seoul-Tashkent-Cairo effective March 25 is canceled.
Busan-Qingdao effective March 25 increases from 6x/week to 1x/day.

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