Leo
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NEWS: Airline Schedules Winter 2002/2003

Fri Jul 19, 2002 4:41 pm

Perhaps we could collect the airline schedule NEWS for the coming winter season - by airport or airline.

Start with A = Amsterdam:
Amsterdam Schiphol - NEW schedules announced WINTER 2002/2003

# Air France - 2x daily A321 to Paris CDG, replaces smaller equipment

# BWIA - 2x weekly service to Port of Spain, (possible new airline)

# BUZZ - 5x daily service to London STN - definite new airline

# CSA - 3x weekly additional B737 frequency, total up to 24x weekly

# Continental - 1x daily B767-200 new service continues in winter period
# Continental - 1x daily B767-400 continues daily for winter period

# easyJet - 1x daily additional frequency AMS-LGW - 5x daily

# KLM - AMS-USA all routes back to normal winter frequency
# KLM - 4th daily Fokker 70 frequency to Toulouse at weekends
# KLM - 11th weekly B747-400 frequency to Johannesburg
# KLM - MD11 daily to Dubai, replaces B767-300 from December
# KLM Cityhopper - daily Fokker 50 to Leeds/Bradford
# KLMuk - 2x additional weekday Fokker 50 freq. to London City - 6x daily
# KLMuk - 1x additional daily Fokker 100 freq. to Manchester - 8x daily
# KLMuk - 1x additional daily Fokker 100 freq. to Newcastle - 7x daily
# KLMuk - 3x daily Fokker 100 to Teesside, replaces Fokker 50

# Korean Air - discontinues 2x weekly A330 AMS-SEL, restarts 1 March 2003

# Martinair - 3rd weekly B767-300 freq. to Havana, Cuba

# Northwest - reinstates third daily D10 AMS-DTW dep. 08.00 hours
# Northwest - reinstates daily service on all routes (was 6x/5x weekly after 9/11)

# SAS - introduces Dash8-400 on early morning CPH-AMS v.v.
# SAS - introduces MD90 on early ARN-AMS v.v.

# Swiss - introduces daily Emb145 on ZRH-AMS, replaces AVRO RJ

# Transavia - New 1x weekly B757 service AMS-SHJ-CMB v.v.
# Transavia - New 1x weekly B737 service to Geneva

# United - reinstates daily B767-300 service AMS-ORD

What is happening at your airports ?? Any NEWS !!





 
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RE: NEWS: Airline Schedules Winter 2002/2003

Fri Jul 19, 2002 5:00 pm

Auckland.

Air New Zealand Increases,
AKL-HKG to daily from 5x weekly, 767-300ER
AKL-KIX to daily from 6x weekly, 767-300ER (maybe 747-400 on some services)
AKL-LAX to 2x daily from 10x weekly, 747-400
AKL-SYD to 27x weekly from 20, 747-400, 767-300, 767-200, 737-300
AKL-BNE back to daily from 10x weekly, 767-300, 767-200

Cathay Pacific,
AKL-HKG 10x weekly from 7, A340-300

Freedom Air,
AKL-BNE 3x weekly (new route) 737-300

Qantas,
AKL-MEL 15x weekly from 14, 767-300
AKL-DFW sometime not sure when is due to be started, (no announcement yet)

Korean Air,
AKL-ICN 10x weekly from 7, 747-400 from November

Lots of extra flights have been added recently by several airlines.
Must be more I can't think of.  Smile
 
kl713
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RE: NEWS: Airline Schedules Winter 2002/2003

Fri Jul 19, 2002 9:23 pm

You forgot these new schedules in the Amsterdam chapter:

- Martinair's resumed service to Montego Bay, once a week
- KLM's new service to Abuja(via Kano) and KLM's services to Miami, taken over from NW.....starts earlier than the other changes, but ok.....
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RE: NEWS: Airline Schedules Winter 2002/2003

Fri Jul 19, 2002 9:36 pm

I'm suprised of the fact that KE is gonna suspend their services until next year.....after Korea's succesful World Cup and the increased tourism industry for travel to the Netherlands I would expect at least more KE flights instead of temporary suspension........
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RE: NEWS: Airline Schedules Winter 2002/2003

Fri Jul 19, 2002 9:55 pm

Newcastle:
KLMuk - Amsterdam increased frequency from 6 x Daily to 7 x Daily. All F100 services.
Go - Stansted increased frequency from 3 x Daily to 4 x Daily B733 flights.
British European - Flights to Brussels dropped.
Air 2000 introduce a new weekly ski charter flight to Toulouse using A320 a.c.
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Leo
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RE: NEWS: Airline Schedules Winter 2002/2003

Sat Jul 20, 2002 4:24 pm

KL713:

Your right on Abuja, however the new KLM service is actually the 2x extra non-stops AMS-Abidjan-AMS. As AMS-Kano(-Abuja) remains the same old twice weekly service that has existed for years.
 
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RE: NEWS: Airline Schedules Winter 2002/2003

Sat Jul 20, 2002 5:16 pm

KTUS- Tucson International.

A winter timetable hasn't been posted on the airport's website, so I based this off comparing daily flights on August 1 and December 1. I didn't really look at flights in the late winter/early spring.

Here are the only noticable changes.

-SAN goes from 3x to 4x daily on Southwest.
-PHX goes from 11x to 12x daily on America West, with 5x CRJ, 1x 319, 1x 73S, and 5x 733. The summer sched has one less CRJ and 733 with one add'l 73S instead, so a slight capacity increase there.
-DEN goes from 3x to 4x daily... currently 1x 733 and 2x 735, goes to 2x 733, 1x 735 and 1x CRJ... again a capacity increase.
-HMO. This one is a tricky one because Aero California's flights don't always show up. But right now AM is operating 2x daily with Metro's, in December a Saab replaces one of the Metro's.

Really very ho hum, for a place with only 67 departures a day.
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RE: NEWS: Airline Schedules Winter 2002/2003

Sat Jul 20, 2002 5:37 pm

New Orleans (MSY) as of September/October:

Delta: As of 9/1/02, upgrade one ATL flight from a 752 to a 762, upgrade one CVG flight from an M88 to a 738

Continental: Three 753 flights get downgraded on the IAH route to 2 752's and 1 739 for seasonal route adjustments

United: 2nd IAD nonstop returns in early September (A319)

Northwest: 3rd MSP nonstop returns in early October (DC9-30)

America West: 2nd PHX nonstop should return in September or October

US Airways: 3rd daily PIT nonstop is added as of early September

Vanguard: 2nd MCI nonstop will return in September or October....route was downgraded from 2 to 1 flight a day due to lack of aircraft


That's all that I am aware of at the moment. If anything else major is announced, I'll pass it on.



Steve in MSY

 
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RE: NEWS: Airline Schedules Winter 2002/2003

Sat Jul 20, 2002 5:44 pm



Winter 2002-2003 charter schedules

Chicago-O'Hare to Acapulco
Chicago-O'Hare to Aruba
Chicago-O'Hare to Cozumel
Chicago-O'Hare to Ixtapa
Chicago-O'Hare to La Romana
Chicago-O'Hare to Providenciales
Chicago-O'Hare to Puerto Vallarta
Chicago-O'Hare to St. Lucia
Chicago-O'Hare to St. Maarten
 
flyguy1
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RE: NEWS: Airline Schedules Winter 2002/2003

Sun Jul 21, 2002 2:34 am

Air China will be starting non-stop JFK-Beijing service on 9-27. I don't know how often this flight will operate.
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RE: NEWS: Airline Schedules Winter 2002/2003

Sun Jul 21, 2002 5:35 am

YHM

Skyservice
YHM-Cancun
YHM-Puerto Plata
YHM-Punta Cana
YHM-Ceigo de avila

Westjet(c/o signature vacations)
YHM-Varadaro
YHM-Puerto Plata

Common Air Transat need something bigger than A320s and 737s.
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carnoc
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RE: NEWS: Airline Schedules Winter 2002/2003

Sun Jul 21, 2002 4:54 pm

Flyguy1, according to the info I received from Air China, they will use B747-400COMBI for the non-stop New York flights from Beijing.

On 16 August, 2002, there will be a testing flight operated before the non-stop PEK-JFK service's reoperation.
 
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RE: NEWS: Airline Schedules Winter 2002/2003

Mon Jul 22, 2002 8:19 pm

Flyguy1, the latest information shows that Air China's resume route of PEK-JFK will leave PEK every MON/WED/FRI at 14:00 (Beijing time) and arrive JFK at 15:30 (New York time). After the aircraft arrives New York, the return flight will leave JFK at 17:30 (New York time) the same day and arrive Beijing at 19:00 (Beijing time) next evening.

*PEK-JFK one way flight will be flying for around 13 hours.
 
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RE: NEWS: Airline Schedules Winter 2002/2003

Mon Jul 22, 2002 10:33 pm

Thanks for that, it will be good to see Air China 747-400's in JFK.
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