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flightsBy Joe Brancatelli

There isn’t much sign that international premium-class travel is picking up, but that hasn’t stopped the airlines from looking for niches to add new service. Here’s what’s on tap for the so-called “summer schedule” that, by airline tradition, starts in late March.

  • Meanwhile, Continental will also resume flights between Hong Kong and Guam on April 2. The twice-weekly service will be operated with Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
  • Speaking of Lufthansa, it will begin flying between its Munich hub and Miami International Airport on March 29. Flights will operate three times a week.
  • Icelandair will launch three weekly flights from Orlando/Sanford to Keflavik on March 27.
  • Taiwan travelers take note: EVA Air will launch Taipei-Toronto flights on March 29. The three-day-a-week service will make an intermediate stop in Anchorage on the Asia-bound flights.
  • And China Airlines will launch a Taipei-London service on March 28. That, too, will operate three times a week.

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