Air China S17 North America changes as of 19MAR17

Air China in last week’s schedule update filed additional changes for planned North America service, for summer 2017 season. Latest adjustment as follow.

Beijing – Los Angeles eff 26MAR17 CA987/988 operates with 787-9, replacing 777-300ER (Overall 2 daily 787 and 1 daily 777)
Beijing – Montreal eff 03SEP17 3-class 777-300ER continues operation, replacing previously planned 787-9, 5 weekly
Beijing – Montreal – Havana eff 01SEP17 3-class 777-300ER continues operation, replacing previously planned 787-9, 1 weekly
Shenzhen – Los Angeles eff 06JUL17 Planned new 3 weekly 787-9 service once again filed in the GDS, however reservation remains unavailable

Previously reported changes for North American service:
Beijing – Houston eff 26MAR17 Service reduces from 7 to 5 weekly (Day x13), 3-class 777-300ER service
Beijing – Newark
eff 26MAR17 Increase from 4 to 5 weekly, 3-class 777-300ER service
Beijing – New York JFK 29MAR17 – 17MAY17 CA989/990 operates 4 weekly instead of 7 weekly (Overall 11 weekly during this period)
Beijing – Vancouver
CA991/992 eff 26MAR17 2-class 777-300ER replaces 3-class, 1 daily
CA997/998 21JUN17 – 29SEP17 Seasonal service reduced from 4 to 3 weekly (Overall from 10 to 9 weekly). 3-class 777-300ER operates until 31JUL17, switching to 2-class from 02AUG17

Beijing – Washington Dulles eff 15MAY17 Increase from 5 to 7 weekly for summer season, 3-class 777-300ER service

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