Just noticed on FT (TOBB) that three of UA's TATL flights are getting cancelled for several months at a time in the late fall and into the new year. All are B757 flights and although some were seasonal, in the case of the BFS flight, it ran daily most of the year with it slowing to only five days a week in the fall and winter. Link is here: http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/united-airlines-mileageplus/1584909-upcoming-tatl-winter-changes.html Coincidentally, we were speaking to a friend in Belfast yesterday, as she had just returned from a BFS-EWR-LAS trip, and all her flights on UA were fine, with the initial outbound B757 from BFS-EWR arriving into EWR 58 minutes early (I was watching her flight on a flight tracking website), and the flight almost completely full, as most of those flights usually are. Strangely too, when I went to the BFS airport website, they showed a small ceremony to mark CO/UA's ninth anniversary of the EWR-BFS flights, on May 29th. The lady we spoke to said while she was in LAS her son had seen on local Belfast television a report of UA cancelling their Newark flights to BFS, so I hope it's only this temporary stoppage announcement for a few of the slower winter months and not a complete and final cancellation. But with the current UA situation, one never knows. With it's large fleet of B752's, doesn't UA have enough aircraft for replacements if they need to send some in for D checks or another reason, so why cancel these usually very full flights (at least the BFS flight) for several months at a time? Hope it's only a short term plan, as we're watching that flight for a possible trip to the UK in the fall or next year.