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AIRFRANCE today (18SEP12) reveals additional service reductions across Europe for Summer 2013, part of AF’s medium-haul route optimization program.
Routes affected by frequency cuts are the following. Note frequency comparison in S12 vs S13.
Paris CDG – Athens Service reduces from 5 daily to 4 daily (AF2232/2233 cancelled)
Paris CDG – Bilbao Service reduces from 34 weekly to 27 weekly (AF1776/1777 cancelled)
Paris CDG – Billund Service reduces from 19 weekly to 1 daily (AF1364/1365 and AF2364/2365 cancelled)
Paris CDG – Bristol Service reduces from 18 weekly to 12 weekly (AF1572/1573 and AF2172/2173 cancelled
Paris CDG – Cologne Service reduces from 18 weekly to 1 daily (AF1816/1817 and AF2316/2317 cancelled)
Paris CDG – Dublin Service reduces from 41 weekly to 35 weekly (AF1778/1979 cancelled)
Paris CDG – Madrid Service reduces from 55 to 49 weekly (AF1900/1901 cancelled)
Paris CDG – Munich Service reduces from 46 to 41 weekly (AF1522/1523 cancelled)
Paris CDG – Pisa Service reduces from 3 to 2 daily (AF1266/1267 cancelled)
Paris CDG – Prague Service reduces from 27 to 20 weekly (AF1482/1483 cancelled)
Paris CDG – Sofia Service reduces from 2 to 1 daily (AF1586/1587 cancelled)
Paris CDG – Stuttgart Service reduces from 5 o 4 daily (AF1708/1709 cancelled)
Paris CDG – Turin Service reduces from 32 to 26 weekly (AF1402/1403 cancelled)
Paris Orly – Barcelona Service reduces from 18 to 6 weekly (AF1030/1031 and AF1330/1331 cancelled)
Previously reported changes:
Paris CDG – Ljubljana Service reduces from 13 weekly to 1 daily (CRJ700 operating, replacing ERJ145)
Paris CDG – Vienna Service reduces from 4 to 3 daily
Paris CDG – Zagreb Service reduces from 2 to 1 daily
In the daily bulletin issued on 18SEP12, AIRFRANCE says these reductions will be reflected progressively in the GDS, therefore cancelled flights may still be available for reservation at the meantime.