27 MAY 2013


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Article from BTNews 27 MAY 2013

Cambridge Airport goes scheduled

Effective from 2 September 2013 Geneva-based Darwin will launch direct services from Cambridge Airport to Amsterdam, Geneva, Milan Malpensa and Paris CDG.  Timings will enable worldwide connections to the global networks of SkyTeam partners Alitalia and Air France-KLM under a codeshare arrangement with Alitalia.  Darwin has pledged 24 weekly flights to and from Amsterdam; 12 weekly to Paris CDG, eight weekly to Milan Malpensa and six weekly flights to and from Geneva. 

Steve Jones, Managing Director of Marshall ADG Aviation Services, commented: “The opening of this new and exciting base by Darwin Airline is a strategic step in our development of Cambridge as we create a thriving regional international airport, to complement our growing business aviation activity.  As an established and renowned regional carrier in Europe, we believe that Darwin Airline is the perfect partner for Cambridge Airport going forward, offering long term expertise, award-winning service and global connectivity”.

A major aircraft engineering and executive travel base, Cambridge Airport has not offered scheduled services for many years.  Saab 2000 aircraft are expected to be used on these flights, the fast 50-seat regional turbopops ideal for this type of operation. www.darwinairline.com www.cambridgeairport.com

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