This week’s update includes route announcements from 8 carriers.  Perhaps the most ‘noteworthy’ news came from United who announced the cancelation of their Newark – Istanbul and Newark – Buenos Aires routes effective in October and September, respectively.

 

AIR CANADA:

Calgary – Red Deer effective September 3 will BEGIN 3x/day service.

Vancouver – Honolulu effective October 27 will be reduced from 1x/day to 6x/WEEK.

 

 AIR CHINA:

Dongsheng – Hong Kong effective July 19 will BEGIN 2x/week service.

 

EGYPTAIR:

Cairo – Tokyo(NRT) effective July 11 is CANCELLED.   Service to resume November 1 (2x/week).

 

ETHIOPIAN:

Addis Ababa – Munich – Stockholm effective December 1 will BEGIN 1x/day service.

Addis Ababa – Paris – Brussels effective December 1 is CANCELLED.  Going forward from December 1 it will only be Addis Ababa-Paris.

 

THAI AIRWAYS:

Bangkok-Johannesburg effective between July 27 and September 19 is reduced from 4x/week to 3x/week.

Bangkok-Milan effective between October 27 – December 7 AND January 21 – March 29 will be reduced from 4x/week to 3x/week.

Bangkok-Nagoya effective October 27 will increase from 12x/week to 14x/week.


TURKISH:

Istanbul(IST)-Kastamonu effective July 5 BEGAN 4x/week service.

Istanbul – Kilimanjaro – Mombasa effective October 27 will increase from 5x/week to 1x/DAY.

 

UNITED:

Newark – Buenos Aires effective September 29 is CANCELLED.

Newark – Istanbul(IST) effective October 26 is CANCELLED.

 

US AIRWAYS:

Phoenix – Miami effective October 27 will BEGIN 1x/day service.

Phoenix – New York (JFK) effective October 3 will increase from 3x/day to 4x/day.

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Courtesy:  www.AirlineRoute.net

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