Over the last 10 days, Air China has been most active among Alliance members with minor adjustments to a handful of routes. Other highlights include brussels’ launch of Brussels-Riga and Egyptair’s resumption of Cairo-Aden after an 11 year absence.
Ottawa-Ft. Lauderdale effective July 5 will begin 2x/week service (formerly a winter route only).
Vancouver-London Heathrow effective between November 6 and December 9 will be reduced from 7x/week to 6x/week.
Beijing-Chengdu-Karachi effective between June 23 and August 23 will be reduced from 2x/week to 1x/week.
Beijing-Delhi between July 9 and August 31 will be reduced from 4x/week to 2x/week.
Beijing-London (Gatwick) effective between August 25 and September 21 will be reduced from 4x/week to 3x/week.
Beijing-Singapore effective between July 1 and August 31 will be reduced from 14x/week to 12x/week.
Shanghai-Osaka effective July 14 will increase from 2x/day to 3x/day.
AIR NEW ZEALAND:
Auckland-Melbourne effective between December 1 and December 24 will increase from 21x/week to 23x/week.
Auckland-Melbourne effective between December 25 and January 31 will increase from 23x/week to 24x/week.
Vienna-Dubai effective January 10 will decrease from 7x/week to 6x/week.
Brussels-Riga effective October 26 will BEGIN 6x/week service.
Cairo-Aden effective August 1 will BEGIN 3x/week service.
Addis Ababa-Dubai Al Maktoum effective June 2 will BEGIN 2x/week service.
Addis Ababa-Dubai Al Maktoum effective between July 1 and July 21 will decrease from 2x/week to 1x/week.
Taipei-Sapporo effective between November 24 and December 31 will increase from 7x/week to 10x/week.
Taipei-Brisbane effective between December 10 and January 29 will increase from 2x/week to 3x/week.
Istanbul-Bamako-Conarky 3x/service has been delayed from June 30 to December 1.