Northwest Airlines will cancel its Detroit-Dusseldorf and Hartford-Amsterdam flights on Oct. 2 and suspend Minneapolis/St. Paul-Charles de Gaulle from Oct. 2 to March 28, 2009. It cited "high fuel costs and decreased demand" for the decision and warned that "selective frequency reductions and aircraft type changes may also be implemented on additional transatlantic flights, depending on oil prices and ongoing customer demand."
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