• British Isles: South-east Airports
AEGEAN AIRLINES has cancelled plans to operate a Larnaca–Gatwick service this summer. A daily service had been promised.
BRITISH AIRWAYS is launching a thrice-weekly Gatwick–Larnaca service on 20th June. A weekly Heathrow–Las Palmas service is to be launched this winter.
DARWIN AIRLINE is launching four services from Cambridge on 2nd September, to Amsterdam (12 weekly), Geneva (thrice weekly), Milan (four times a week), and Paris CDG (daily except Saturday). Darwin is a Swiss regional airline with its main hub in Geneva, and Cambridge will be its first UK base.
GERMANIA is launching a twice-weekly Gatwick–Pristina service on 6th July.
NORWEGIAN is launching a twice-weekly Gatwick–Fuerteventura service on 30th October.
THOMSON AIRWAYS plans to operate weekly services from Gatwick to Mauritius and Puerto Vallarta from May 2014. Both services will be operated by Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft.
• British Isles: other Airports
GERMAN WINGS will cancel its Stuttgart–Manchester service on 9th September.
JET2.COM will launch services from Glasgow, Leeds/Bradford and Manchester to Fuerteventura next spring. It has also announced five new services for summer 2014 – from Blackpool to Mahon, Leeds/Bradford to Kos and Reus, and from Glasgow to Reus and Zakinthos. Services to Reus are twice-weekly, the rest once a week. The airline is cancelling its Leeds/Bradford–Belfast service from the end of June.
• Rest of the World Developments
AIR EUROPA is launching a five-times weekly Madrid–Sao Paulo service on 16th December.
AIR MALTA launches a twice-weekly Malta–Algiers service on 17th June.
AIR NEW ZEALAND is cancelling its Auckland–Osaka service on 1st October.
BULGARIA AIR is launching a four-times weekly Sofia–Budapest service on 24th June.
CUBANA is resuming its service to Brazil in mid July, with a weekly Havana–Sao Paulo service using Ilyushin Il96 aircraft. The airline last served the route in 2004.
EMIRATES will switch to using Airbus A380 equipment on its Dubai–Brisbane–Auckland service from 1st October.
MIDDLE EAST AIRLINES is launching a twice-weekly Beirut–Yerevan service on 5th July, filling a gap left the collapse of Armavia.
PALESTINIAN AIRLINES has resumed operations, with a twice-weekly Al-Arish–Jeddah service.
RWANDAIR is launching a thrice-weekly Kigali–Juba service on 1st July.
TAP PORTUGAL is launching two services at the end of October, from Lisbon to Tangier (five times weekly), and Boa Vista in the Cape Verde Islands (twice weekly).
UNITED is launching a weekly Newark–St Lucia service on 13th July.
TURKISH AIRLINES is launching a four–times weekly Istanbul–Kathmandu service on 1st September.