Air China has released details of its Winter 2008-09 timetable of which major changes have been made for its long haul route network in particular. The main highlights are as follows:
KHI - increased to 2 weekly flights using an A 319 via Urumqi. Flights to KWI via KHI are suspended.
DXB - frequencies increased to 4 weekly A 332s.SFO - frequencies reduced from daily to 5 weekly B 744 Combis.
DEL - frequencies increased from 4 weekly to daily B 762ERs.
SYD - frequencies increased to 8 weekly flights, all flown using an A 332.
MEL - frequencies increased from 3 to 4 weekly flights using an A 332.
LHR - capacity reduced from daily B 744 Combis to daily A 332.
CDG - frequencies increased from daily A 343 to daily B 744 Combis + 2 weekly A 332s.
FRA - frequencies reduced from double daily to 12 weekly flights i.e. 5 weekly A 332s + 3 weekly B 744s + 4 weekly B 744 Combis.
MUC - capacity increased from 5 weekly B 763ERs to 5 weekly A 332s.
ARN - capacity increased from 4 weekly B 762ERs to 4 weekly A 332s.
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