Air Algerie S17 international service changes as of 04JAN17

Air Algerie in recent week gradually updated planned service changes on international routes, for summer season from 26MAR17. As of 04JAN17, planned changes as follow.

Algiers – Porto Service to Porto temporary suspended from 25MAR17 to 17JUN17. Service resumes as nonstop seasonal service in both direction from 18JUN17 to 14SEP17, operated by 737-800
AH3008 ALG1500 – 1800OPO 738 47
AH3009 OPO1825 – 2040ALG 738 47

Ouargla – Tunis eff 26MAR17 NEW 1 weekly ATR72 service. Reservation currently not available
AH4010 OGX1330 – 1535TUN ATR 7
AH4011 TUN1625 – 1840OGX ATR 7

Planned frequency increase as follow:
Algiers – Geneva 25JUN17 – 10SEP17 Increase from 5 to 6 weekly
Algiers – Istanbul Ataturk 23JUN17 – 10SEP17 Increase from 9 to 12 weekly
Algiers – Metz 18JUN17 – 15SEP17 Increase from 5 to 6 weekly
Algiers – Montpellier 18JUN17 – 15SEP17 Increase from 1 to 2 weekly
Constantine – Mulhouse eff 28MAR17 Increase from 2 to 3 weekly
Constantine – Nice eff 01APR17 Increase from 2 to 3 weekly
Constantine – Paris Orly Proposed service increase from 3 to 4 weekly from 27MAR17 for summer season, new flight not available for reservation
Oran – Bordeaux 22JUN17 – 10SEP17 Increase from 1 to 2 weekly
Oran – Lyon 19JUN17 – 16SEP17 Increase from 5 to 7 weekly
Oran – Paris CDG 18JUN17 – 14SEP17 Increase from 7 to 11 weekly

Following routes currently displaying frequency reduction, compared to summer 2016 season:
Algiers – Beirut Reduce from 3 to 2 weekly
Algiers – Ouagadougou – Abidjan Reduce from 3 to 2 weekly

Previously reported new routes. Note these service remains unavailable for reservation:
Annaba – Tunis eff 26MAR17 3 weekly ATR72
Biskra – Paris CDG
eff 28MAR17 1 weekly 737-800 (No operation 20JUN17 – 12SEP17)
Batna – Paris CDG 19JUN17 – 11SEP17 1 weekly 737-800
Oran – Montreal 21JUN17 – 16SEP17 2 weekly A330-200
Setif – Marseille 21JUN17 – 15SEP17 2 weekly 737-800


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