ETIHAD S17 operation changes as of 15MAR17

Etihad Airways today made additional changes to its summer 2017 operation, including changes to last A340-600 operation on 30SEP17. Latest changes including last A340-600 flight to Europe scheduled in late-July 2017, and A380 operation adjustment.

Selected changes listed below has been reflected in previous schedule update, but not covered on Airlineroute.

Abu Dhabi – Ahmedabad eff 26MAR17 EY226/227 operated by A320 instead of previously planned A321
Abu Dhabi – Amsterdam 27APR17 – 20MAY17 A340-600 replaces A330-200, 1 daily
Abu Dhabi – Bangkok 01MAY17 – 22JUN17  Reduce from 4 to 3 daily, EY404/403 cancelled
Abu Dhabi – Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Previously not covered, this route will be cancelled on/after 26MAR17
Abu Dhabi – London Heathrow A380 service remains unchanged at 20 weekly level. Last A340-600 service on this route scheduled on 19JUL17, instead of 13SEP17
Abu Dhabi – Mumbai EY204/203 A380 replaced by following aircraft
01JUL17 – 30SEP17 A340-600 (Overall last A340-600 service tentatively scheduled for AUH BOM)
01OCT17 – 28OCT17 A330-300

Abu Dhabi – Munich Overall last A340-600 service on this route scheduled on 22JUL17, instead of 30SEP17. Service mainly operated by A330-300 and 777-300ER by 23JUL17
Abu Dhabi – Paris CDG eff 01JUL17 Operational aircraft changes
EY031/032 A380 replaces 777-200LR/-300ER
EY037/038 Boeing 777-300ER replaces A340-600 (Day 3 with A330-300 20SEP17 – 25OCT17). Last A340-600 flight on this route now scheduled on 30JUN17, instead of 31MAY17

Abu Dhabi – Rabat 06AUG17 – 03SEP17 Increase from 2 to 3 weekly

Previously reported changes:
Abu Dhabi – Amman eff 26MAR17 2-class 787-9 operates EY513/514 6 weekly, 7 weekly from 31MAY17
Abu Dhabi – Athens 01JUN17 – 30SEP17 Seasonal capacity increase operated by 2-class 787-9, instead of A330-300
Abu Dhabi – Beijing – Nagoya eff 01JUL17 2-class 787-9 replaces A330-200, 1 daily
Abu Dhabi – Beirut eff 01AUG17 Boeing 787-9 replaces A321, 1 daily
Abu Dhabi – Cairo eff 01AUG17 EY653/654 Airbus A321 replaces A340-600 on daily basis
Abu Dhabi – Delhi EY224/223 service operated by a mix of 777-300ER and A320/321, instead of daily 777-200LR (777-200LR operates on selected dates 26MAR17 – 14MAY17)
Abu Dhabi – Dublin eff 26MAR17 Restoration of 2nd daily service on year-round basis (6 weekly 777-300ER and 8 weekly A330-200)
Abu Dhabi – Dusseldorf eff 26MAR17 Increase from 1 to 2 daily
Abu Dhabi – Geneva Service operates 5 weekly instead of 7 weekly: 01MAY17 – 25JUN17 (Except the week of 22MAY17), 04SEP17 – 28OCT17 (Except the week of 02OCT17)
Abu Dhabi – Istanbul Ataturk eff 26MAR17 Airbus A321 continues to 1 daily, replacing planned 787-9
Abu Dhabi – Johannesburg Operational aircraft changes from 26MAR17 to 28SEP17
26MAR17 – 03AUG17 789 Day x4 332 Day 4
04AUG17 – 28SEP17 789 Day x24 332 Day 24

Abu Dhabi – Kozhikode eff 01APR17 NEW 4th daily service
Abu Dhabi – Madrid eff 01JUN17 Increase from 4 weekly to 1 daily, A330-200 service
Abu Dhabi – Male 01JUL17 – 17SEP17 Increase from 7 to 11 weekly
Abu Dhabi – Milan Malpensa 26MAR17 – 30SEP17 A330-300 replaces A330-200, 1 daily (except selected dates in April)
Abu Dhabi – Minsk 3 weekly service is maintained on/after 28MAR17, A319 service
Abu Dhabi – New York JFK eff 01JUN17 EY101/100 operates with A380, replacing 777-300ER (Overall 2 daily A380)
Abu Dhabi – Riyadh eff 26MAR17 Boeing 787-9 continues operating EY317/318, replacing A321
Abu Dhabi – Sao Paulo Guarulhos eff 26MAR17 1 daily A340-600 service cancelled
Abu Dhabi – Seoul Incheon eff 01AUG17 2-class 787-9 replaces A340-600, 1 daily
Abu Dhabi – Tehran Imam Khomeini eff 15APR17 Reduce from 2 to 1 daily, A320 service
Abu Dhabi – Venice 01JUL17 – 30SEP17 A330-200 replaces A319

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