This month’s route news from Inside Traveller is available here. Here are some items that missed our editorial deadline:
American Airlines is resuming service to Paraguay after six years’ suspension on 15th November with a four times-weekly Miami–Asuncion service.
British Airways cancelled Bmi’s service to Addis Ababa on 12th June as part of network restructuring following the acquisition of Bmi. In connection with this the airline also added new flights to Brussels, Toulouse and Zurich at the end of June. With the introduction of the winter timetable on 28th October, BA will be doubling frequency to twice daily to both Bergen and Stavanger and adding services from Heathrow to Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Lyon and Oslo. BA will also be launching new services to Leeds/Bradford and Zagreb from Heathrow on 9th December, and to Barcelona from Gatwick on 23rd February 2013.
Delta is cancelling its five-times weekly Detroit–Hong Kong service on 30th August.
Malaysia Airlines begins a thrice-weekly service between Kuala Lumpur and Kathmandu on 1st September.
Ryanair is expanding operations at Warsaw’s Modlin Airport, and will be launching new routes this autumn to Barcelona, Bologna, Bristol, Dusseldorf Weeze, East Midlands, Hahn, Liverpool, Manchester, Paris Beauvais and Prestwick
Transaero is launching a daily service to Paris Orly on 27th July, operating twice weekly from Moscow Domodedovo, and five times weekly from Vnukovo.
United Airlines is cancelling its Houston–Paris CDG service – the last flight will be on 9th October.