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We present two novel approaches to alter a flight network for introducing new flights while maximizing airline's profit. A key feature of the first approach is to adjust the aircraft cruise speed to compensate for the block times of the new flights, trading off flying time and fuel burn. In the second approach, we introduce aircraft swapping as an additional mechanism to provide a greater flexibility in reducing the incremental fuel cost and adjusting the capacity. The nonlinear fuel-burndoi:10.1016/j.trc.2019.05.010 fatcat:silplgni5fa3la6sgp45yr3q4q