Ethiopian Airlines W13 Operation Changes as of 25OCT13

2nd Update at 1100GMT 25OCT13

As per 25OCT13 GDS timetable/inventory display, Ethiopian Airlines’ latest operation changes for Winter 2013/14 season as follow.

Addis Ababa – Bangkok – Hong Kong Revised operational frequencies
27OCT13 – 18NOV13 Service operates once a week (Day 4)
19NOV13 – 29MAR14 Service operates 3 times a week (Except 18JAN14 – 13FEB14)
ET628 ADD0040 – 1335BKK1435 – 1845HKG 763 246
ET629 HKG2150 – 0005+1BKK0110+1 – 0630+1ADD 763 246

Addis Ababa – Cotonou – Abidjan eff 20NOV13 Service increases from 3 weekly 737-800 to 4 weekly 737/757 (Previously planned 4 weekly 757)
ET917 ADD0950 – 1315COO1415 – 1430ABJ 757 357
ET917 ADD0950 – 1315COO1415 – 1430ABJ 737 1

ET916 ABJ0930 – 1145COO1235 – 2000ADD 757 146
ET916 ABJ0930 – 1145COO1235 – 2000ADD 737 2

Addis Ababa – Ouagadougou – Abidjan (ET927/926) reduces from 4 to 3 weekly from 20NOV13

Addis Ababa – Delhi – Hangzhou Service remains at daily flight. 2 of 7 weekly Delhi – Hangzhou sector remains subject to Government Approval
ET688 ADD0015 – 0850DEL0950 – 1805HGH 763 D
ET689 HGH2100 – 0120+1DEL0220+1 – 0715+1ADD 763 D

Addis Ababa – Enugu eff 20NOV13 Boeing 767-300ER replaces 737-800, 4 times a week
ET931 ADD1000 – 1230ENU 763 x247
ET930 ENU1330 – 2000ADD 763 x247

Addis Ababa – Guangzhou eff 15NOV13 Boeing 777-300ER replaces -200LR on 3 of 7 weekly flights; Tentatively scheduled to be ET’s 777-300ER inaugural route (Schedule updated as of 1100GMT)
ET606 ADD0010 – 1440CAN 77L x246
ET606 ADD0010 – 1440CAN 77W 246

ET607 CAN0030 – 0635ADD 77L x357
ET607 CAN0030 – 0635ADD 77W 357

Addis Ababa – Jeddah Capacity adjustment, which sees Boeing 737-800/757/767-300ER operating from 22NOV13
ET402 ADD0020 – 0310JED 738 146
ET402 ADD0020 – 0310JED 763 23
ET402 ADD0020 – 0310JED 757 57

ET403 JED0430 – 0725ADD 738 146
ET403 JED0430 – 0725ADD 763 23
ET403 JED0430 – 0725ADD 757 57

Addis Ababa – Johannesburg Boeing 787 to operate 6 – 7 weekly (Daily from 04NOV13 to 15NOV13, 6 weekly [Day x4] from 16NOV13)
Addis Ababa – Juba eff 19NOV13 6 of 14 weekly service operated by Boeing 737-700, replaces Dash8-Q400 (Previously planned 7 of 14 weekly)
Addis Ababa – Kuwait City 27OCT13 – 17DEC13 Service reduces from daily to 6 weekly (Day x3), 737-800 operating
Addis Ababa – Pointe Noire 02NOV13 – 17NOV13 3 of 5 weekly (Day 267) service operated by Boeing 757, replaces 737-800 (Previously planned to operate for entire Winter season)

Previously planned changes:
Addis Ababa – Bamako – Dakar eff 20NOV13 Boeing 767-300ER replaces 757, 4 weekly
Addis Ababa – Bangkok – Singapore eff 03DEC13 3 of 7 weekly Bangkok service extends to Singapore (new destination)
Addis Ababa – Harare – Lusaka – Addis Ababa eff 20NOV13 Boeing 787 replaces 767-300ER, 4 weekly
Addis Ababa – Libreville eff 29OCT13 Boeing 757 replaces 737-800 (Service operates 6 weekly from 27OCT13 to 19NOV13)
Addis Ababa – London Heathrow eff 27OCT13 All 6 weekly service operates nonstop in both direction. Boeing 787 replaces 767-300ER from 18NOV13
Addis Ababa – Luanda eff 20NOV13 Boeing 777-300ER replaces 777-200LR, 3 weekly
Addis Ababa – Lusaka – Harare – Addis Ababa eff 19NOV13 Boeing 787 replaces 767-300ER, 3 weekly
Addis Ababa – Maputo eff 19NOV13 Service increases from 5 weekly (Day x13) 737-700 to daily 737-800
Addis Ababa – Milan Malpensa – Stockholm 20NOV13 – 10DEC13 Service operates 3 weekly with 757, replacing certain Addis Ababa – Cairo – Stockholm route
Addis Ababa – Mumbai Eff 19NOV13 Boeing 787 resumes operation, replacing 767-300ER
Addis Ababa – N’Djamena eff 19NOV13 Service increases from 6 weekly (Day x5) to daily
Addis Ababa – Niamey – Ouagadougou eff 20NOV13 NEW routing, service operates 4 times a week (Niamey is resumed destination)
Addis Ababa – Paris CDG – Brussels eff 02DEC13 Paris CDG – Brussels sector continues operation, 5 weekly
Addis Ababa – Rome – Milan Malpensa 20NOV13 – 10DEC13 Service reduces from 7 to 4 weekly, 767-300ER operating

Original update filed at 0400GMT 25OCT13


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