The last 7 days saw several announcements from several Star Alliance carriers. 11 Carriers had announcements that ranged from minor frequency adjustments to new routes and route cancellations. Of all the announcements, perhaps the most significant one is TURKISH’s announcement of new service to Boston beginning in May 2014.
Hohhet – Taipei effective August 1 will decrease from 3x/week to 2x/week.
AIR NEW ZEALAND:
Auckland – Honolulu effective June 24 will increase from 3x/week to 4x/week.
San Salvador – Chicago effective September 17 will BEGIN 4x/week service.
San Salvador – Chicago effective November 15 will increase from 4x/week to 1x/DAY.
San Salvador – Guatamala City – Chicago effective September 17 is CANCELED.
Brussels – Washington effective October 27 will decrease from 5x/week to 4x/week.
Brussels – Washington effective between November 30 and January 11 will increase from 4x/week to 5x/week (temporary/holiday seasonal).
Panama City – Tampa effective December 16 will BEGIN 4x/week service.
Addis Ababa – Abuja effective August 27 will increase from 5x/week to 1x/DAY.
Frankfurt – Rio de Janeiro effective January 13 to February 14 will be reduced from 1x/day to 5x/WEEK.
Johannesburg – Dar es Salaam effective July 30 will increase from 11x/week to 12x/week.
Bangkok – Changsha effective October 27 will begin 3x/week service (Replaces THAI service).
Bangkok – Chongqing effective October 27 will begin 3x/week service (Replaces THAI service).
Bangkok – Rome effective October 27 will be reduced from 5x/week to 4x/week.
Istanbul-Boston effective May 12, 2014 will BEGIN 5x/week service.
Istanbul-Boston effective June 10, 2014 will increase from 5x/week to 1x/DAY.
Washington – Kuwait – Bahrain effective September 13 will be reduced from 1x/day to 4x/WEEK.