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AirBerlin to launch Chicago service

AirBerlin from 23rd March, 2013 will be launching nonstop service between Berlin and Chicago. The service will initially operate thrice weekly, but will be increased to five times weekly from 1st May. AB7420 BER ORD 1000 1210 332 146 AB7421 ORD BER 1525 0700+1 332 146 From 1st May, service will be added on Wednesday […]

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SWISS to add extra four weekly flights to Chicago

 SWISS, effective the start of IATA Summer 2012 season will be adding four extra weekly roundtrip flights on the Zurich – Chicago route. The new extra flight, departing Zurich at 0955, will operate with Airbus A340-300s while the regular flight will be operated with Airbus A330-300 aircraft. From the flight number used, it appears that […]

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American to cancel Chicago – Brussels

American Airlines from 6th November is cancelling service on the Chicago – Brussels route. The availability is now zeroed out from this day. This route has been believed to be one of American’s strongest trans-Atlantic routes and was expected to get a challenge from United’s new service on the same route – however no industry […]

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KLM North America Changes, Winter 2011/2012

 KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (IATA:KL) has made the following route adjustments for Winter 2011/2012 season (30 0ct 2011- 24 Mar 2012). From Amsterdam, AMS Chicago, ORD – Service reduction from daily to five times weekly. KL611/2 cancelled on day 2,4. Operating A/C Boeing 747-400 Combi. Dallas, DFW – Service suspended for Winter. Planned for resumption […]

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Pakistan International to end New York, Chicago. Focuses on connecting from Istanbul.

PIA to end US flights and signs MoU with Turkish

Pakistan International Airlines ( PIA, IATA : PK ) has signed an MoU with Turkish Airlines ( IATA : TK ) in a move that will signal a strategic change in the airline’s direction. Under the new deal, pending government approval, PIA will stop a range of its unprofitable routes to the US and the […]

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