Airlines Make Changes in Routes, Destinations

The latest round-up of airline schedules changes including new routes and destinations. Take a look – it might affect your next trip.

Unless otherwise noted, route and schedule changes are from AirlineRoute.net.

Air Canada

Starting June 14, the airline will expand capacity on its Toronto to Sao Paulo route with the use of the larger Boeing 777 aircraft.

Air France

Beginning June 15, the carrier will expand its San Francisco to Paris service with additional flights through Aug. 27.

Allegiant

Starting June 3, the airline resumes non-stop service between Wichita and Los Angeles.

Southwest

Beginning in April, the popular carrier will begin daily non-stop flights to nine new cities from Dallas’ Love Field (DAL) including Memphis, Milwaukee and Seattle, and according to the Dallas Morning News that’s pretty much all that’s known at this point. Stay tuned for more details.

United

Starting March 2, the airline will no longer offer non-stops between Wichita and Los Angeles.

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Updated: February 2, 2015