20 MARCH 2017
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Daily flights between London City Airport and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport are to be operated by Flybe from next Sunday, 26 March, until 27 October in a boost for the service, which to date has operated only at weekends.
The airline is one of three on the LCY – AMS route. It will operate using a one-class Bombardier Q400 aircraft with 78 seats with the new flights departing from London early in the morning, and leaving Amsterdam in late afternoon.
A Flybe spokesman said: “The timings of the new weekday flights offer greater flexibility for both business and leisure travellers who want to tailor the length of their trip to suit their needs.”
Meanwhile, Flybe has suspended its Dundee – Amsterdam service following completion of a review into its operations at the Scottish airport. Flights to Amsterdam will operate via Edinburgh.
In another development, Flybe has reinstated its duty-free inflight shopping service on board 16 non-EU services to and from Jersey, Guernsey and Geneva.
Passengers aged 18 or over travelling in either direction on any of the Flybe-operated routes affected can now buy duty-free goods on board subject the relevant personal allowances.
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