Germany's flag carrier, Lufthansa, has announced operational and frequency changes to its South Africa schedule for the duration of the European winter of 2012/2013. The airline will reduces the number of flights to Johannesburg between 08 January 2013 - 30 January 2013 from daily fligths to six flights per week. Due to the recently introduced night flight ban in Frankfurt, the airline will also move its seasonal connection to South Africa from Frankfurt to Munich.
British Airways, national airline of the United Kingdom, will also adjust its schedule during the European winter. The airline will switch its seasonal flight BA042 from Cape Town (South Africa) to London Heathrow from a departure time in the morning to a night time departure.
Brussels Airlines, the flag carrier airline of Belgium and a subsidiary of Lufthansa, has announced various operational and frequency changes to its East African network during the European Winter. From 01 October 2012, the airline will reduce the number of flights to Entebbe in Uganda from currently four weekly flights to three weekly flights, to Kigali in Rwanda from five weekly flights to three weekly flights and to Bujumbura in Burundi from three weekly connections to two. Brussels Airlines will also reduce the flights to Nairobi in Kenya from four weekly flights to three weekly flights. From 01 October 2012, the airline will operate one of the three weekly flights to Nairobi via Mombasa and the remaining two weekly flights via Bujumbura in Burundi.