Who’s go­ing up and who’s go­ing down in the world of avi­a­tion

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AIR FRANCE is to launch two new long-haul routes. Paris CDG to Dal­las Fort Worth will op­er­ate up to five times a week, from March 31, 2019. The air­line will also be run­ning a ser­vice from Paris to the Ecuado­rian cap­i­tal Quito three times a week via sub­sidiary Joon, from May 14.

AER LINGUS will be fly­ing from Dublin to Mon­tréal (from July 8) and Min­neapo­lis (Au­gust 8) next year. Mon­tréal will be served by the car­rier’s new­est A321LR air­craft.

EASYJET has signed up Sin­ga­pore Air­lines and its sub­sidiary Scoot as part­ners for its World­wide by Easyjet con­nec­tions ser­vice, al­low­ing cus­tomers to con­nect onto flights to South East Asia via Mi­lan and Ber­lin Tegel.


BRI­TISH AIR­WAYS has sus­pended flights to Tehran be­cause they were “not com­mer­cially vi­able”. The flights had only restarted in Septem­ber 2016 af­ter a four-year hia­tus. For more BA news, see page 10.

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