Route announcements are coming in droves as airlines put their finishing touches on their Summer 2013 timetables. Today’s update again has several updates from a variety of Star Alliance member carriers:
ATHENS-GENEVA effective April 24 will BEGIN 3x/week service.
ATHENS-KIEV ZHULYANY effective April 3 will BEGIN 2x/week service.
VIENNA-ST. PETERSBURG effective March 31 will increase from 1x/day to 2x/day.
BRUSSELS-WASHINGTON(IAD) effective June 18 will BEGIN 5x/week service (more details)
CAIRO-ATHENS effective June 1 will increase from 10x/week to 14x/week.
FRANKFURT-KAZAN-PERM effective April 1 is CANCELLED.
BANGKOK-AHMEDABAD effective March 31 will BEGIN 2x/week service.
BANGKOK-LAHORE effective June 1 will increase from 5x/week to 1x/DAY.
BANGKOK-SYDNEY effective between April 7 and May 30 will be reduced from 12x/week to 11x/week.
BANGKOK-TAIPEI effective March 31 will be reduced from 18x/week to 14x/week.
PHUKET-DELHI effective March 31 will BEGIN 2/xweek service.
PHUKET-KUALA LUMPUR effective March 31 will BEGIN 4x/week serivce.
PHUKET-MUMBAI effective March 31 will BEGIN 2x/week service.
ISTANBUL(IST)-AQABA effective April 3 wilL BEGIN 3x/week service.
GUAM-TOKYO(NRT) effective between July 14 and September 29 will increase from 3x/day to 4x/day.
PHOENIX-CALGARY effective June 30 will be reduced from 2x/day to 1x/day.
CHARLOTTE-SAO PAULO beginning of new 1x/day service is delayed until June 8 (was to start May 5).