In this installment of Timetable updates:

Star Alliance: Air Canada reintroduces service to JFK and Thai reduces some service to europe.

Skyteam: Air France is reducing service to India and Aeroflot is increasing service to US, Cuba and China and South Korea.

STAR ALLIANCE:

AIR CANADA:

Toronto(YYZ)-New York(JFK): Effective May 3 will begin 3x/day service.
Toroton(YYZ)-New York(LGA): Effective May 1 will add additional daily service bringing total to 14x/day.

THAI:

Bangkok(BKK)-Copenhangen(CPH) effective between May 1 and June 15 is being reduced from 1x/day to 5x/week.
Bangkok(BKK)-Paris(CDG) effective between April 21 and June 30 is being reduced from 10x/week to 1x/day.
Bangkok(BKK)-Milan(MXP) effective March 25 is being reduced from 4x/week to 3x/week.
Bankkok(BKK)-Stockholm(ARN) between May 1 and June 15 is being reduced from 1x/day to 5x/week.

SKYTEAM:

Air France (all effective for summer timetable):

Paris(CDG)-Bangalore(BLR) is being reduced from 1x/day to 6x/week.
Paris(CDG)-Delhi(DEL) is being reduced from 1x/day to 6x/week.
Paris(CDG)-Mumbai(BOM) is being reduced from 1x/day to 6x/week.

Aeroflot:

Moscow(SVO)-New York(JFK) effective June 1 is increasing from 1x/day to 2x/day.
Moscow(SVO)-Beijing(PEK) effective August 31 is increasing from 14x/week to 16x/week.
Moscow(SVO)-Havana(HAV) effective August 4 is increasing from 4x/week to 5x/week.
Moscow(SVO)-Los Angeles(LAX) effective May 30 is increasing from 4x/week to 5x/week.
Moscow(SVO)-Seoul(ICN) effective June 1 is increasing from 4x/week to 1x/day.

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