The last week resulted in a few announcements from 7 Star Alliance member airlines.   Nothing dramatic from anyone other than TAP announcing 2 new destinations for the summer and United temporarily suspending some of their Guam activity.

 

AIR CANADA (ROUGE):

Vancouver – Phoenix effective December 17 will begin 1x/day service.

 

ASIANA:

 Seoul Incheon – Hanoi effective May 15 will increase from 11x/week to 14x/week.

 Seoul Incheon – Sydney effective May 6 will be reduced from 1x/day to 5x/week.

EGYPTAIR:

 Cairo – Jakarta effective April 17 will begin 4x/week service.

 

TAP:

Lisbon – Asturias effective July 1 will begin 6x/week service.

Lisbon – St. Petersburg effective July 1 will begin 3x/week service.

 

THAI:

Bangkok – Brisbane effective August 1 will be reduced from 1x/day to 5x/week.

Bangkok – Manila effective March 30 will be reduced from 10x/week to 7x/week.

Bangkok – Perth effective March 30 will be reduced from 1x/day to 6x/week.

 

 TURKISH:

Istanbul – Ganja effective April 2 will increase from 3x/week to 6x/week.

 

UNITED:

Guam – Hiroshima effective between March 31 and July 19 is cancelled.

Guam — Niigata effective between March 29 and July 18 is cancelled.

Houston – Lagos effective May 5 will increase from 6x/week to 1x/day.

Newark – Binghamton effective June 5 will begin 3x/day service.

 

Previous Star Alliance Route Announcements

 

Courtesy:  www.AirlineRoute.net

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