Royal Jordanian and Air Canada are introducing a code share between Amman and Canada. The deal starts on 2 July and relates to economy seats on four Air Canada flights a week between Montreal/Toronto and Heathrow, connecting with Royal Jordanian services to Amman. Jet Airways is expanding routes following the introduction of three Boeing 737s. New services between Delhi and Varanasi (formerly Benares), Delhi and Hyderabad, and Bhavnagar and Mumbai started on 26 June,while Imphal is being linked with Calcutta via Guwahati. Eurowings is introducing additional services to Amsterdam from Münster/Osnabrück and Paderborn/Lippstadt in a move seen as tightening its partnership with Dutch carrier KLM. From 29 June, the German regional is increasing the Münster service with a fourth daily flight to Amsterdam, while the Paderborn service is being upgraded with a flight via Münster changing to a direct service and introducing the larger ATR 72 instead of the ATR 42s now in use. Alaska Airlines will add a three times a day service to Las Vegas from 4 October to the 11 destinations it already serves from Los Angeles. CityJet has opened a new service from Dublin to East Midlands Airport near Derby, UK, using a Saab 2000. American Airlines has introduced a daily non-stop service between Boston and London Gatwick, using an Airbus Industrie 300R. ++Delta Air Lines and Air France have begun code share services between Paris and Boston, Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles,San Francisco, Cincinnati and Washington as well as the Delta non-stop service between New York and Nice. Debonair Airways and AB Airlines will start a code-share on 9 July on AB's services between London Gatwick and Lisbon and Berlin.The deal extends to Nice, where AB Airlines is introducing a Boeing 737-300 from Gatwick. Debonair already operates a service to Nice from Luton.

Source: Flight International