Plans to cut capacity for the rest of March by eight percent
and for April and May by 15 percent (compared to a year ago) as
part of changes to include job cuts.
Will cut flights by seven percent in April after bucking the
industry’s trend over the past year by raising capacity.
To cut 52 weekly flights to New York and other U.S.
destinations. The cuts will reduce seat capacity by 18 percent and
are expected to last three months.
The government-owned Italian airline has cancelled one return
flight between Milan and Paris until April 13. A return flight
between Rome and Paris will also be cancelled from March 30 to
April 13. Alitalia has also suspended flights to Amman, Beirut,
Damascus and Dubai.
Cuts international flights by six percent in April, adding to a
cut of seven percent on U.S. domestic routes already in
South Korea’s Asiana Airlines Inc plans to change flights
beginning March 30, including domestic flights and services between
Inchon, South Korea and Guam.
Has cut services by four percent until the end of May,
including a six-percent reduction on North Atlantic routes serving
the United States and Canada. BA has also cancelled flights to
Kuwait but will resume one of two daily return flights to Tel
Twice-weekly Riyadh flight was stopping over in Dubai instead
Suspends some flights across the Atlantic and Pacific. It cut
one of two daily round-trip flights from its Newark hub to
London’s Gatwick, and one of two to Paris Charles de Gaulle
airport. Continental will fly smaller planes between Newark and
both Amsterdam and Rome under changes planned for April 6 to May 1.
It will also cut services between Newark and Tokyo’s Narita
Airport to four per week from once a day through April 24.
Delta Air Lines
Cutting approximately 12 percent of its flights, including on
domestic routes and some trans-Atlantic flights. The U.S. cutbacks
began March 27 and the trans-Atlantic changes begin April 6. They
may continue beyond April if passenger demand remains weak. It was
evaluating the effects of the cutbacks on staffing.
Reducing flights in Europe, to the United States, Japan and
elsewhere in cuts that will involve grounding planes. Lufthansa has
cancelled flights serving Kuwait and Dammam, Saudi Arabia. It has
restarted services to Amman and Tel Aviv. The world’s largest
cargo airline has also imposed a temporary “war risk
surcharge” on freight to offset costs.
Announced it would cut flights by four percent in March and
three percent in April because of weaker demand on European routes.
The number of weekly flights to Costa Rica rose last week to 14
from eight as part of plans to concentrate close to 50 percent of
its total available seats on Latin American flights which it
expects to be least affected by the war.
All flights to Kuwait and Abadan in southwestern Iran are
suspended until further notice. Flights to the United Arab Emirates
were also cut back.
Cuts international flights in April by eight percent. It will
offer fewer flights from Tokyo and Osaka to Honolulu as well as
reduced services to London, Hong Kong and Guam from Tokyo.
Will resume flights serving Dubai via Beirut on March 31 and
Tel Aviv via Larnaca from April 9.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Reducing flights by about seven percent from last year
including those to New York. It plans to cut flights or use smaller
planes on some routes in Europe and has cancelled Amsterdam flights
to and from Kuwait and Amman, Jordan until further notice.
Suspending flights to Dubai and Cairo and reduce flights to US
cities including New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Honolulu
The state-owned carrier said it would cancel all flights to
Iran and some other unspecified flights due to low demand.
Hungary’s national airline resumes scheduled flights on
Monday to Beirut, Cairo, Tel Aviv and Larnaca, Cyprus. Malev had
suspended scheduled flights to the four cities last Thursday.
Reducing flight schedule by 12 percent because of lower demand
and cutting 4,900 jobs or about 11 percent of its work force.
Stops flying to Dubai, Beirut and Alexandria, Egypt. It will
reduce flights to Cairo and Larnaca, Cyprus, and consider temporary
cuts to other services, including routes in Europe. It has
suspended flights to Kuwait.
Cutting international flights by up to 20 percent until
South African Airways
Reducing flights to and from New York to 44 from 60 in
Swiss International Air Lines
Canceling its three weekly flights to Abu Dhabi from Riyadh on
Romanian state airline suspends its three weekly flights to
Dubai until further notice. It has also suspended its two weekly
flights to Beirut and Amman, Jordan.
Cancelled some less profitable domestic routes and suspended
flights to Kuwait and Bahrain. Further cuts are under review as
passengers and bookings have fallen by about 50 percent year on
year since war broke out in neighboring Iraq.
Operating under bankruptcy protection, will temporarily cut its
worldwide schedule by about eight percent and cut costs by putting
some workers on temporary unpaid leave.
Operating under bankruptcy protection, will temporarily cut
departures by four percent, including international flights. The
No. 7 US carrier hopes to emerge from Chapter 11 this week.