The “Sample Week” schedule data depicts a "typical" (e.g. non-holiday) week for any given month, usually the 2nd or 3rd week of that month. Therefore, any service beginning at the end of a month should appear in the schedule the following month. It is the “standard” reference for Airline Planners: Full month Yr/Yr variances may be the sole fact that there are more weekends in a month in one year Vs the other, or that Holidays based on a lunar date will shift from one month to the other (Chinese New year, Ramadan or Easter are examples). The data in the Sample-Week Reports goes from January 2000 until 11 months ahead the actual month and it is updated weekly.
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