—On June 18, Delta Air Lines introduced two new routes to its network—transatlantic services to Paris CDG and Amsterdam from Los Angeles. The flight from Los Angeles to Paris will operate three times weekly. The Los Angeles—Amsterdam route will be flown four times weekly.
—Interjet has launched a new service between Mexico City and Orlando. In doing so, it moves its services to the Floridian city from Orlando Sanford, an airport which it has served since 2016. The Mexican carrier will operate the service twice daily.
—Air Canada has added two new transatlantic flights from Vancouver to its network. On June 7, the airline launched a three times weekly service to Zurich, and on June 8, it began four times weekly service to operation to Paris CDG.
—Ethiopian Airlines has started a three times weekly flight from Addis Ababa to Chicago O’Hare. The outbound route stops in Dublin, but flies direct on the return from the Chicago.
—Air Italy has launched its second U.S. service with four-times-a-week service from Milan Malpensa to Miami. A week before the announcement, the carrier began service between Milan and New York JFK.
—United Airlines has introduced a daily transatlantic connection between San Francisco and Zurich. SWISS airlines also fly the same route on a daily basis.
And this: David Neeleman, founder of U.S. low-cost airline JetBlue Airways is planning to launch another budget carrier in the United States—to be called Moxy Airways. It will focus on point to point services between under-served secondary airports in the U.S. In addition to JetBlue, Neeleman also founded the Brazilian low-cost carrier Azul (Blue).