Who's up and who's down
AIR ITALY, formerly known as Meridiana, has completed the first stage of its Asia expansion with the launch of new four-times-weekly flights between Milan and Bangkok.
BRITISH AIRWAYS has confirmed the return of its London Heathrow to Osaka service from April 1, 2019 – 11 years after it last flew the route.
JAPAN AIRLINES will launch non-stop flights between Tokyo and Seattle on March 31, 2019.
LUFTHANSA has announced plans for a new Munich-Bangkok service launching June 1, 2019.
AIR BELGIUM has axed its debut Brussels South Charleroi-Hong Kong service mere months after launching flights between the two destinations.
CATHAY PACIFIC has decided its seasonal non-stop flights to Copenhagen, launched in May this year, will not be returning next summer following a “commercial review of its network and aircraft deployment in Europe”.
NORWEGIAN has chosen to axe its low-cost long-haul flights between London Gatwick and Singapore this January in favour of launching flights to Rio de Janeiro next spring.