Two quick notable route cancellations:
Air New Zealand is dropping its thrice weekly service between Nadi, Fiji, and Los Angeles in April so it can use aircraft on more profitable routes. Codeshare partner Air Pacific will pick up 2 of those frequencies, bringing their number of weekly flights to 6. Air Pacific isn’t as comfortable as Air New Zealand, especially when they’re packing 452 seats into the coach cabin of a 747.
And United is canceling its LAX – San Salvador flights in February, a route it has flown since the breakup of Pan Am in 1991. TACA, a United codeshare partner, will pick up some of the slack.