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News About AF In North America  
User currently offlineAFa340-300E From France, joined May 1999, 2084 posts, RR: 25
Posted (16 years 6 months 1 week 1 day 9 hours ago) and read 2228 times:


Some (short) news about north american services :

Atlanta - Hartsfield (ATL)
A second daily service with 777-200ER starts March 26th 2000, while the A340-300 remains.

Chicago - O'Hare (ORD)
ORD service will go from 2 767-300ER to one 767-300ER and one A340-300 starting May 15th 2000.

New York - Newark (EWR)
EWR service goes from 777-200ER to 747-200 starting December 31st.
Note : December 31st, the only Air France service to New York (on both EWR and JFK) will be provided by a B747-400.

New York - J. F. Kennedy (JFK)
JFK gets a third daily flight starting March 26th, operated by 747-400. Other flights are daily 747-400, 777-200ER and Concorde services.

San Fransico (SFO)
Daily A340-300 service to SFO transfers to 747-400 starting March 26th.

Cincinnati - Northern Kentucky (CVG)
Air France operates the route with its 767-300ER on a daily basis starting May 15thin code-share with Delta Air Lines

Los Angeles (LAX)
Will be operated by both B777-200ER and B747-400 for summer.

Boston - Logan (BOS)
Will be operated by B767-300ER 12-time-a-week service starting April 24th, instead of 7/7 with B767.

Houston - G. Bush (IAH)
Will continue to be operated by A340-300 (like this winter). However a second daily flight or an upgrade to B777-200ER is still possible.

Washington - Dulles (IAD)
Will get daily A340-300 and B777-200ER services.

Miami (MIA)
The 747-200 will operate service on MIA 11 times a weak.

Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW), Detroit - Wayne Metropolitan (DTW) & Philadelphia (PHL)
Remain possible destinations for either next summer, summer 2001 or 2002.

Denver (DEN)
Could be opened in 2003

Montréal - Dorval (YUL)
The 747-200 is replaced by a 747-400 starting March 26th.

Toronto - L. B Pearson
The daily A340 remains on a dialy basis.

Note : The A340 services can be either A340-300 or A340-300E.

Best regards,
Alain Mengus

PS : Thanks to Mr. Miller

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