Etihad S19 service changes as of 03JAN19

Etihad this week filed additional aircraft changes for its summer 2019 season, including Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Manchester. Planned changes, including additional changes previously not covered on Airlineroute, as follows.

Abu Dhabi – Amsterdam Previously filed 6 weekly 787-9 and 1 weekly A330-200 revised to following:
31MAR19 – 15MAY19 787-9
16MAY19 – 26OCT19 777-300ER

Abu Dhabi – Frankfurt EY007/008 A330-200 service replaced by following:
31MAR19 – 30APR19 77W Day 6 789 Day x6
01MAY19 – 31MAY19 333 Daily

Abu Dhabi – Lahore 01JUL19 – 10SEP19 EY241/242 A330-200 replaces A321 (reflected in recent schedule update)
Abu Dhabi – Manchester Additional aircraft changes:
EY021/022 eff 16MAY19 787-9 replaces 777-300ER (Previous plan: eff 31MAR19)
EY015/016 eff 31MAR19 787-10 replaces -9 (Day 2 operated by -9 25JUN19 – 10SEP19)

Abu Dhabi – Phuket Previously filed A330-200 service replaced by 787-9 during following period (reflected in recent schedule update): 31MAR19 – 01MAY19, 25JUN19 – 26OCT19

Planned frequency changes unchanged, reduce from 7 weekly to following:
02MAY19 – 30MAY19 Day x135
10JUN19 – 24JUN19 Day x135
25JUN19 – 02JUL19 Day x3

Previously reported changes:
Abu Dhabi – Bangkok Reduce from 3 to 2 daily during following period: 30APR19 – 27MAY19, 05JUN19 – 26JUN19
Abu Dhabi – Barcelona eff 31MAR19 Increase from 5-7 weekly to 7 weekly, 787-9 operating
Abu Dhabi – Dublin 27JUN19 – 15SEP19 Increase from 7 to 11 weekly, EY041/048 operated by 787-9
Abu Dhabi – Dusseldorf eff 01MAY19 Reduce from 12-13 weekly to 7 weekly. EY023/024 787-9 replaces A330-200
Abu Dhabi – Hong Kong eff 31MAR19 787-9 operates 1 daily, replacing A330-200
Abu Dhabi – Los Angeles eff 31MAR19 Service operates 4 weekly, instead of 7 weekly
Abu Dhabi – Rabat eff 31MAR19 Increase from 2 to 3 weekly, 787-9 operating (Except May 2019)
Abu Dhabi – Sydney 31MAR19 – 30MAY19 EY450/451 777-300ER replaces A380

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