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Old February 1st, 2013, 10:20 AM   #961
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Emirates to Launch Tokyo Haneda Service from June 2013

From 03JUN13, Emirates launches Dubai – Tokyo Haneda service, on board Boeing 777-200LR aircraft. Overall operation to Tokyo therefore increases to 2 daily. Reservation for this new service opened around 0800hrs GMT 28JAN13.

EK312 DXB0940 – 0001+1HND 77L D
EK313 HND0130 – 0705DXB 77L D


EK313 effective 04JUN13

The carrier currently operates Daily A380 to Tokyo Narita.

http://airlineroute.net/2013/01/28/ek-hnd-jun13/
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Old February 8th, 2013, 10:37 PM   #962
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Etihad Airways as of 8 February 2013 will make the following service adjustments for its Summer 2013 schedule (starting 31 March 2013):

Abu Dhabi – Ho Chi Minh:
Effective 1 October 2013, NEW 1 Daily service with A330-200. Schedule:
EY441 AUH0830 – 1900SGN 332 D
EY440 SGN2030 – 0045+1AUH 332 D


Abu Dhabi – Islamabad:
31 March 2013 – 24 June 2013 Service increases from daily to 11 weekly, including up to 3 weekly Boeing 777-300ER service (777 operates 2 weekly from 25JUN13)
EY233 AUH0945 – 1400ISB 320 x246
EY231 AUH2215 – 0230+1ISB EQV D

EY232 ISB0400 – 0625AUH EQV D
EY234 ISB1705 – 1930AUH 320 x246

Abu Dhabi – Istanbul:
effective 12 June 2013, Airbus A330-200/-300 operates on daily basis, replacing A320/330 mix

Abu Dhabi – Lahore:
11 weekly service maintained on/after 31 March 2013 (Previously displaying 7 weekly)
EY243 AUH0945 – 1355LHE 320 x146
EY241 AUH2245 – 0255+1LHE 320 246
EY241 AUH2245 – 0255+1LHE 77W x246

EY242 LHE0425 – 0650AUH 77W x357
EY242 LHE0425 – 0650AUH 320 357
EY244 LHE1700 – 1935AUH 320 x146

Abu Dhabi – London Heathrow:
31 March 2013 – 1 May 2013: 20 of 21 weekly operated by 3-class Boeing 777-300ER (2 May 2013 onward up to 2 daily)

Abu Dhabi – Paris CDG:
Between 15 May 2013 and 30 November 2013, EY037/038 operated with AIRFRANCE A340-300 aircraft on a wet-lease basis. With this service adjustment, the GDS reservation system notes this flight as “Online Connection/Stopover Traffic Only” (available to passenger connecting from/to another flight carrying ETIHAD’s EY code only). Schedule:

EY031 AUH0210 – 0735CDG 346 D
EY037 AUH0900 – 1425CDG 343 D

EY032 CDG1120 – 2015AUH 346 D
EY038 CDG2205 – 0700+1AUH 343 D

Other changes:
Abu Dhabi – Amsterdam:
Effective 15 May 2013, NEW 1 Daily service with A330-200

Abu Dhabi – Casablanca:
Effective 31 March 2013, service increases from 5 weekly to 1 daily

Abu Dhabi – Dhaka:
Effective 30 May 2013, 2-class Boeing 777-300ER replaces A330-200 on daily basis

Abu Dhabi – Dublin:
Effective 2 July 2013...
- EY045/042: 2-class Boeing 777-300ER replaces A330-200 (6 weekly service)
- EY041/048 remains 4 weekly A330-200

Abu Dhabi – Islamabad:
Effective 3 April 2013 777-300ER replaces A320 on Day 35 (Day 135 from 2 October 2013)

Abu Dhabi – New York JFK:
Effective 1 June 2013, 3-class Boeing 777-300ER replaces A340-500/-600 (Previously to start from 31 March 2013)

Abu Dhabi – Sao Paulo:
Effective 1 June 2013, NEW 3 weekly A340-600 service, daily from 1 July 2013

Abu Dhabi – Sydney:
EY454/455: Boeing 777-300ER to continue operating on daily basis

Abu Dhabi – Tokyo Narita:
Effective 31 March 2013, service increases from 5 weekly to 1 daily

Abu Dhabi – Washington Dulles:
Effective 31 March 2013, NEW 1 daily A340-500 service

As always, additional changes remain possible.

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Old February 10th, 2013, 12:36 AM   #963
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I wonder how is EK doing in WAW? Looks like a slow start?
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Old February 10th, 2013, 04:06 AM   #964
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I wonder how is EK doing in WAW? Looks like a slow start?
I don't know. I'd say that it still gets an A330-200, which could be a sign that it is a slow start.
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Old February 10th, 2013, 05:03 AM   #965
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I don't know. I'd say that it still gets an A330-200, which could be a sign that it is a slow start.

I am sure the loads are going to be there, but it's the yields that count. I think the polish forumers are reporting 60 to 160 pax a day.
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Old February 10th, 2013, 06:34 AM   #966
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Emirates A380 arriving in Singapore with 'Expo 2020 Candidate City' stickers as EK354 from Dubai.



Etihad Airways' special livery: 'Manchester City Football Club'
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Old February 10th, 2013, 08:29 PM   #967
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Emirates DXB - WAW on 6th February 162 passengers
WAW - DXB 6th February 227 passengers
DXB - WAW 7th February 53 pax
WAW - DXB 7h February 229 pax
DXB - WAW 8th 60 pax
WAW - DXB 8th 228 pax

In economy class was overbooking.
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Old February 11th, 2013, 07:00 AM   #968
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Emirates DXB - WAW on 6th February 162 passengers
WAW - DXB 6th February 227 passengers
DXB - WAW 7th February 53 pax
WAW - DXB 7h February 229 pax
DXB - WAW 8th 60 pax
WAW - DXB 8th 228 pax

In economy class was overbooking.
Dang, really? It looks like going to Dubai is more popular than heading to Warsaw... Must be for those long vacationers?
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Dang, really? It looks like going to Dubai is more popular than heading to Warsaw... Must be for those long vacationers?
Yes, but most of passengers from Warsaw flew to Asia/Australia/New Zealend/Africa in transit through Dubai. Most tickets was to Hong Kong, Beijing, Singapore, Seoul, Sydney, Auckland, Tokyo and some destination in Africa.

First inaugural Emirates A332 docking to the jetbridge on 6th February at Warsaw Chopin Airport



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Old February 12th, 2013, 09:22 PM   #970
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The 2nd airline of Bahrain, Bahrain Air ceased operation today. blaming the economical and political situation of the country as the main reasons for the problems they had.


Statement on their website:
http://www.bahrainair.net/
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Statement from the Board of Directors of Bahrain Air

Bahrain Air held an Extraordinary General Meeting today at which the shareholders made the decision to announce the company’s immediate suspension of operations and to file for voluntary liquidation in accordance with the Kingdom of Bahrain's Commercial Companies Law.

The company sustained considerable financial losses as a result of the unstable political and security situation in Bahrain. In 2011, during Bahrain’s State of National Emergency, the airline was instructed to suspend flights to several destinations, and also suffered from the lack of traffic to and from Bahrain, and from the restrictions on the Saudi Causeway. Despite the Royal Decree number 18 for 2011 Article 5/10 regulating land, sea and air transportation during Bahrain’s State of National safety which states that all affected parties will be fairly compensated, the airline, despite making official claims, has received no compensation.

The airline is now being required to make immediate payments on past government debts or face closure at the same time as having its scheduled operations, both destinations and frequencies, being reduced considerably by the Civil Aviation Affairs in the Ministry of Transportation. This effectively strangles the airline by simultaneously requesting payments and reducing its ability to generate the necessary revenues both to make these payments and to sustain long term profitability. The shareholders of the company have spared no effort to support the airline financially since its inception and to support the airline and Bahrain through the unrest in 2011. The airline has also spared no effort to negotiate a solution with the Minister of Transportation (who is also an active board member of Gulf Air). However, he has shown no inclination to provide a meaningful solution. His decisions to restrict route approvals have cost the airline BD 4.5 million in lost revenues over the last 3 months. The position of the Minister was made clear when, during a time of negotiation, he only extended the company’s AOC, after operational audits had been passed, for two months instead of one year. After meetings, the latest company proposal was forwarded last Thursday 7th February. During the EGM, a very negative response was received providing only minor route concessions in return for payments of over BD 4 million. In the circumstances, given the position of the Minister, the shareholders decided that had no option but to discontinue financial support and put the company into voluntary liquidation.

Today is a sad day for all Bahrain Air shareholders and employees, and for our loyal and valued guests, and all those who valued the freedom of choice when making their travel plans. We also helped promote Bahrain as a business and leisure destination and Bahrain International Airport as a passenger hub in line with the Kingdom’s Economic Vision 2030. In doing so, we have demonstrated that it is possible to provide high quality and reliable scheduled airline services a fraction of the costs achieved by state airlines if fair practices and equal opportunities are rendered. We have created a proud legacy, with one of the best records for on time performance and value for money in the region. Finally, we would like to thank our staff for their hard working and lasting devotion to the cause of Bahrain Air.

Further information will be communicated to passengers and the general public via our website www.bahrainair.net .
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Old March 3rd, 2013, 05:07 PM   #971
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^Are they moving all their flights to that new airport as of April the first?
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Old March 3rd, 2013, 10:52 PM   #973
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Old March 3rd, 2013, 11:21 PM   #974
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Hi everbody!
I wanna ask you here 2, if any of this airlines have plans to opena flights to Mexico?
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^Are they moving all their flights to that new airport as of April the first?
Based on their local newspaper Qatar Airways will move to Hamad International Airport by 2nd half of 2013.

Foreign airlines will be the one will start transferring on April. (Airlines that doesn't need airport lounges)
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Old March 4th, 2013, 11:49 AM   #976
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Hmm....I wonder if Emirates will ever open service to Surabaya, Indonesia? So far, it seemed that all Gulf-based airlines only open service to Jakarta only. Other cities seemed to be forsaken. Even Bali is only served by Qatar airways.
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It depends if Indonesia will forge a deal with the UAE to open up more slots using airports other than Jakarta (can't remember if it is the fourth or fifth freedom clause)… once it happens, Emirates and Etihad Airways can study the feasibility of opening more flights between Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and other cities in Indonesia, including Surabaya and Denpasar. I suspect that SV operates to Surabaya during the Hajj, is it true?
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Yes, SV does flew to Surabaya, but only during Hajj season.
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Old March 6th, 2013, 01:14 PM   #979
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Emirates links Dubai with Algiers

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DUBAI, U.A.E., 2nd March 2013 Emirates made a strong presence in Algiers last night with a high profile gala dinner held in celebration of its brand new service to Algiers, which began 1st March.

More than 300 guests from the travel trade and business community gathered for the eagerly-awaited event at Le Chapiteau, Sheraton Club Des Pins Hotel, which featured performances by renowned stars including Mohamed Rouane, Amal Wahbe and BB Blues.



The launch activities continued today with a press conference held at the Sheraton Club Des Pins Hotel in Algiers attended by senior Emirates executives and members of the local media. "This is a key moment for Emirates in Africa and we would like to thank the Algerian authorities in both the UAE and Algeria for the assistance they have provided in making this new route a reality,” said Adel Al Redha, Emirates Executive Vice President Engineering and Operations. “We are confident that our new service will play a significant role in supporting the economic growth of Algeria by connecting the nation to our worldwide network, opening new conduits for trade, investment and tourism.”
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I have to say that I'm surprised that Emirates began this new route with already a daily flight.
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