Who’s going up and who’s going down in the world of aviation
SINGAPORE AIRLINES continues to ramp up its recent US expansion with plans to fly non-stop to Seattle starting September 3, 2019, using its Airbus A350-900 aircraft.
BRITISH AIRWAYS has announced plans to launch a twice-weekly service next summer between Heathrow and Charleston International airport in the US using a B787-8 Dreamliner.
DELTA intends to give Minneapolis-St Paul its first ever non-stop connection to China with flights to Shanghai in 2020, flown by its A350-900 aircraft.
NORWEGIAN is planning further route cuts to its winter schedule although, at the time of going to press, those affected had not yet been announced.
ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES has dropped its flights from Dublin to LA. The airline will now fly from Addis Ababa to LA via Lomé in Togo.