A relatively light week for Star Alliance member announcements. Austrian led the way with the announcement of 4 new flights to Antalya from various Austrian cities. I expect the pace to pick up as carriers begin to focus on their winter 2014/15 schedules in the next few weeks.
Toronto – Caracas effective March 18 has been canceled indefinitely.
Toronto – Cleveland effective June 15 increases from 3x/day to 5x/day (EXCEPT Saturday which stays at 3x/Day).
Seoul Incheon – Ningbo effective between April 2 and June 25 will operate 2x/week (as a charter).
Graz – Antalya effective June 4 will begin 1x/week service (Wednesday).
Innsbruck – Antalya effective April 26 will begin 1x/week service (Saturday).
Klagenfurt -Antalya effective June 14 will begin 1x/week service (Saturday).
Linz – Antalya effective March 25 will begin 1x/week service (Sunday).
Cairo – N’Djamena has been canceled. Originally it was planned as a 3x/week service beginning April 1.
Singapore – Milan effective between June 17 and August 29 will be increased from 5x/week to 7x/week.
SOUTH AFRICAN (SA Airlink):
Cape Town – George effective June 2 will increase from 3x/day to 4x/day (Weekdays ONLY!). Weekend service remains unchanged.
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Asuncion effective March 30 will begin 1x/day service.
Bangkok – Sydney effective April 29 will be reduced from 12x/week to 10x/week.
Bangkok – Dubai effective July 1 to July 22 will be reduced from 7x/week to 6x/week (No Tuesday flight).
Istanbul(IST) – Bordeaux effective June 28 will begin 4x/week service.