Air France has officially revealed major capacity and frequency changes to its North America and Asia network for the Summer 2010 season. The main highlights are as follows:
YYZ - capacity reduced by 38% i.e. from daily B 744 to daily A 343.
BLR - frequencies reduced from daily to 6 weekly flights using an A 332.
SFO - frequencies increased from daily to 10 weekly nonstop flights from June 22nd i.e. 3 weekly A 343s + daily B 773ER.
KIX - capacity reduced from daily B 773ER to 4 weekly B 773ER + 3 weekly B 772ER.
YUL - frequencies reduced from 4 to 3 daily flights i.e. daily B 773ER + daily B 744 + daily B 772ER.
DTW - eff June 21st, capacity increased from daily A 332 to daily B 772ER.
ATL - eff June 21st, capacity increased from daily B 772ER to daily B 744.
SEA - capacity increased from daily A 332 to 3 weekly A 343s + 4 weekly A 332s.
JFK - frequencies increased from 5 to 6 daily nonstop flights.
ICN - capacity reduced from daily B 773ERs to 3 weekly B 773ERs + 4 weekly B 772ERs.