Saturday, May 31, 2008
Air France has announced many changes to its long haul route network for the upcoming Winter 08-09 season. The main highlights are as follows:
SEA - reduced to 5 weekly A 332s from daily flights.
BOM - capacity increased to 5 weekly B 773ERs + 2 weekly B 772ERs; previously was daily B 772ERs.
BLR - capacity increased from daily A 332 to daily B 772ERs.
IKA - capacity reduced from 4 weekly A 343s to 4 weekly A 332s.
SFO - capacity reduced from daily B 744 to daily A 343.
BOS - reduced to daily B 744 from daily A 343 + daily B 744.
JFK - reduced to 4 daily flights from 6.
ICN - capacity reduced to 3 weekly B 773ERs + 4 weekly B 772ERs.
MRU - frequencies increased to daily B 744s from 4 weekly B 744s.
PHL - reduced to 5 weekly flights from daily.
IAD - reduced to double daily B 772ERs from triple daily.
YUL - reduced from triple daily to double daily i.e. daily B 773ER + daily A 343.
MEX - reduced to 12 weekly B 772ERs from double daily (daily B 744 + daily B 772ER)
HAV - increased to daily B 744s from 5 weekly.
SCL - increased from 5 weekly B 772ERs to daily.
EZE - capacity increased to daily B 773ER from daily B 772ER.
PEK - reduced to 10 weekly B 773ERs from double daily B 773ERs.
DXB - increased to 13 weekly flights from 12 i.e. 6 weekly A 332s + daily B 772ERs.
BKK - capacity increased from daily A 343 to daily B 744s.
GIG - frequencies increased to daily B 744 + daily A 332.