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June 21, 2012

AIRFRANCE W12 Long-Haul Operation Changes as of 21JUN12

by JL

Update at 1045GMT 21JUN12

As per 21JUN12 GDS timetable and inventory display, latest adjustments to planned AIRFRANCE Winter 2012/13 long-haul operation, effective 28OCT12, as follows.

Additional changes in the coming weeks remain possible.

Paris CDG – Shanghai Pu Dong Service reduces from 14 to 13 weekly. 6 of 13 weekly flights operates with 4-class Boeing 777-200ER instead of 4-class -300ER
AF112 CDG1330 – 0750+1PVG 772 x3
AF116 CDG2325 – 1730+1PVG 77W D

AF111 PVG0005 – 0530CDG 77W D
AF117 PVG1140 – 1705CDG 772 x4

Paris CDG – Toronto 15JAN13 – 05FEB13 Service reduces from daily to 6 weekly. Despite routing seasonal reduction, overall capacity remains an increase as AF operated this route with A330-200/A340-300 in W11
AF356 CDG1355 – 1615YYZ 772 x2
AF351 YYZ1855 – 0805+1CDG 772 x2

Paris CDG – Washington Dulles Service reduces from 2 to 1 daily, A380 operating. From 14JAN13 to 10FEB13, service to be operated by Boeing 777-300ER

Previously reported changes:
Paris CDG – Antananarivo 3-class Boeing 777-200ER operating, replaces A340-300 in W11
Paris CDG – Atlanta Winter operation to operate twice a day, while Skyteam partner DELTA will operate once a day instead of two. Boeing 777-200ER operating, with 3-class and 4-class aircraft operating one daily each
Paris CDG – Bangalore Airbus A330-200 operates daily, replaces A340-300 in W11
Paris CDG – Bangkok Service increases from 3 weekly in S12 to 5 weekly, 3-class “Loisirs” Boeing 777-300ER operating
Paris CDG – Bangui 1 weekly service operates with A330-200, replaces A340-300
Paris CDG – Boston 3-class Boeing 777-200ER operating, replaces A340-300 in W11
Paris CDG – Cancun Seasonal service resumes from 26OCT12, with flight increases from 3 to 4 weekly. 3-class “COI” 777-300ER operating
Paris CDG – Delhi 3-class Boeing 777-300ER operating, replacing 747-400 in W11
Paris CDG – Douala – Malabo Boeing 777-300ER replaces -200ER, daily operation
Paris CDG – Ho Chi Minh Overall service increases from 3 to 5 weekly, Boeing 777-200ER replaces -300ER (this includes 3 weekly service extending to Phnom Penh)
Paris CDG – Lima Service reduces from 5 to 3 weekly, 3-class 777-200ER operating
Paris CDG – Los Angeles Overall service operates 10 weekly, daily A380 and 3 weekly Boeing 777-200ER
Paris CDG – Mauritius 3-class “COI” Boeing 777-300ER operating, replaces 747-400 in NW11
Paris CDG – Mexico City** 3-class Boeing 777-300ER operating, replaces 747-400 in W11
Paris CDG – Montreal Service operates with 1 Daily each of A340-300 and 777-300ER, replacing planned A340-300 and A380. Service reduces from 14 to 13 weekly from 16JAN13 to 13FEB13
Paris CDG – Niamey – Ouagadougou 4 weekly service operates with A330-200, replaces mix of A330/340
Paris CDG – Punta Cana 5-6 weekly service continues to be operated by 3-class “COI” Boeing 777-300ER, replacing 747-400/777-300ER mix in W11
Paris CDG – San Francisco 3-class Boeing 777-200ER operating, replaces A340-300 in W11
Paris CDG – Singapore Airbus A380 service introduced from 01APR12, is being maintained in Winter 2012/13. A380 operates 3 times a week while 777-300ER operates 4 weekly
Paris CDG – Tokyo Narita AF276/275 A380 daily operation from 28OCT12 to 02DEC12, then reduces to 4 weekly from 03DEC12 (the other 3 weekly flights operated by 777-300ER)

In Northern Winter 2012/13 season, AIRFRANCE’s Airbus A340-300 and Boeing 747-400 operation continues to be reduced to following routes.
Airbus A340-300
Paris CDG – Bamako 1 Daily
Paris CDG – Bogota 1 Daily
Paris CDG – Caracas 1 Daily
Paris CDG – Cotonou 5 weekly
Paris CDG – Detroit 1 Daily
Paris CDG – Lome 4 weekly
Paris CDG – St. Maarten 6 weekly (Daily from 11DEC12)
Paris Orly – Cayenne 1 Daily

Boeing 747-400**
Paris CDG – Rio de Janeiro 1 Daily (AF442/443)
Paris CDG – Santo Domingo 3 weekly (10DEC12 – 02MAR13 only)
Paris Orly – St. Denis de la Reunion 3 weekly

*”Loisirs” 777-300ER configuration: J14W32Y422; “COI” (Caraibes Ocean Indien) 777-300ER configuration: J14W32Y422
** Please Refer to update on 22JUN12

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