Showing posts with label Washington DC. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Washington DC. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

► UNITED STATES: JetBlue, South African Airways ink codeshare deal.

US-based domestic and regional carrier, JetBlue Airways (B6), and South African Airways (SA) have announced a bilateral codeshare agreement aimed at connecting the carriers’ networks via New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Washington’s Dulles International SAA logoAirport (IAD). While the agreement is still pending U.S. Department of Transport regulatory approval and subject to receipt of foreign government operating authority, it will allow customers to purchase a single ticket combining SAA and JetBlue-operated flights and is an expansion of an interline agreement first inked in 2010.

Friday, May 17, 2013

►► ETHIOPIA: Ethiopian expecting "pleasant surprise" from Boeing in Addis next week; plans Dubai as first 787 destination from 25 April.

Ethiopian Airlines
[UPDATE 17 MAY] Believing Boeing will have a "pleasant surprise" in store for the global aviation community next week, Ethiopian Airlines (ET) has tentatively scheduled its Boeing 787-8s to resume operations from April 25 with Dubai lined up as the Dreamliner's first potential destination.

Sunday, March 10, 2013

► ETHIOPIA: Ethiopian Airlines extends 787 cancellations until late April.

Ethiopian AirlinesAirlineRoute reports that, as per the 08MAR13 GDS timetable and inventory display, Ethiopian Airlines (ET) is to extend its Boeing 787 service cancellations until 30APR13 inclusive. Due to aircraft redeployment, a number of routes will also see aircraft changes, scheduled to be in effect until mid-June 2013.

Friday, January 11, 2013

► ETHIOPIA: Ethiopian Airlines' 787 timetable for Beijing, Frankfurt, Toronto, Washington DC announced.

AirlineRoute reports that as per the 11 January 2013 GDS timetable and inventory display, Ethiopian Airlines (ET) will continue to tweak its planned Boeing 787 long haul service between now and late-March 2013.

Thursday, January 3, 2013

► ETHIOPIA: Ethiopian announces 787 operational changes for Q1 2013.

EthiopianOnline aviation resource AirlineRoute states that Ethiopian Airlines (ET) is to apply further changes to its planned Boeing 787 operation over the coming three months.

Friday, December 7, 2012

■ CANADA: South African Airways, Air Canada sign code share deal.

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Air CanadaSouth African Airways (SA) has signed a reciprocal code-share agreement with fellow Star Alliance member, Air Canada (AC), effective 13 December 2012.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

► UNITED STATES: Ethiopian swaps Guangzhou and Washington equipment over Christmas period.

Effective 15 December 2012, Ethiopian Airlines (ET) is to switch operational aircraft in service between Addis Ababa and Guangzhou, China and Addis Ababa and Washington DC, USA as traffic demands during the period grow.

Monday, August 13, 2012

► ETHIOPIA: Ethiopian Airlines debuts daily 787 flights to Washington DC from September.

Ethiopian Airlines
With its first Boeing 787 due on Tuesday, Ethiopian Airlines (ET) has announced its new début Boeing 787 Dreamliner destination will be Washington DC, which will receive a daily 787 flight from Addis Ababa effective 20 September 2012. Currently the flight is flown with a Boeing 777-200LR.

Ethiopian Airlines 787 ET-AOQ Dreamliner Boeing
ET-AOQ: due for delivery Tuesday 14 August 2012 (moonm)
Guangzhou, China was originally slated to be Ethiopian's 787 launch destination, but was later dropped.

Ethiopian Airlines:Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - Washington DC, USA
-Effective 20 September 2012
  • ET500 ADD2215 – 0325+1FCO0425+1 – 0840+1IAD 787 D
  • ET501 IAD1115 – 0745+1ADD 787 D

For a list of Ethiopian's Dream-Tour 787 Destinations, see this post.

Sunday, May 6, 2012

► UNITED STATES: United Airlines to drop Accra - Washington DC from 4th July 2012.

Reports from Ghana state that US airline, United Airlines, is to axe its Accra - Washington DC route with effect from 4th July 2012, due to poor yields and returns.

United Airlines thus becomes the second airline after North American Airlines to cancel its service to Accra.

Read More Here [GhanaWeb]