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October 6th 2017

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Routes: Air France will replace the B777-200ER with the B787-9 on the five-weekly CDG-Guangzhou route from March 25. ANA will replace the B737-700 with the A320neo on the daily Kansai-Qingdao route starting October 9. Read More » China Eastern will reduce its Pudong-Madrid A330-200 service from four- to thrice-weekly beginning October 29 and it will launch a twice-weekly Shenzhen-Krabi A321 route from November 1 (thrice-weekly from February 2). Emirates will increase frequency on the Dubai-Stockholm B777-300ER route from daily to ten-weekly starting December 8. Jeju Air will start daily Incheon-Vientiane B737-800 flights from October 29. KLM will reduce the Amsterdam-Tehran B777-200ER route from four- to thrice-weekly starting March 25. Lufthansa will resume thrice-weekly Frankfurt-Shenyang A340-300 flights from March 26; it terminated the route in 2016. Oman Air will terminate its five-weekly Muscat-Chittagong B737-800 route on October 28. Philippine Airlines (PAL) will launch thrice-weekly Manila-Ho Chi Minh City A320 rotations starting November 17. S7 will launch a weekly Novosibirsk-Narita A320 service on April 28. Scoot will launch four-weekly Singapore-Kansai-Honolulu B787-8 flights beginning December 19. Thai Lion Air has started scheduled charter B737 flights from Don Mueang to Hangzhou (daily), Wuhan (daily), as well as four-weekly flights each to Changzhou, Shanghai, Xian and Zhengzhou. Thai Lion has also launched daily Xian-Phuket, thrice-weekly Changsha-Krabi and weekly Changsha-Surat Thani services. Thai Smile plans to launch a four-weekly Phuket-Guangzhou A320 service on October 29. VietJet Air will add a five-weekly Nha Trang-Incheon A320 service starting December 6. 

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