6 APRIL 2015


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Article from BTNews 6 APRIL 2015

Liverpool to Amsterdam

Flybe is to introduce a Liverpool to Amsterdam service on 7 September with up to three flights per day, departing early morning, lunchtime and late afternoon.  They will be timed to coincide with many convenient onward long haul connections available through Schiphol including Bangkok, Hong Kong, New York, Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo, and Toronto. 

This new operation hopes to fill the gap left by the cessation of the Heathrow services some years back, the then bmi London slots being allocated to more lucrative destinations.

This new route will add to Flybe’s existing Liverpool departures to the Isle of Man and Belfast City, with the airline operating a total of up to 120 weekly flights to and from John Lennon Airport.

Re-establishing a link to a ‘hub feed’ has been the Airport’s number one priority for some time.  It is the most frequently requested route by stakeholders from across the region, who recognise the strategic importance of this link that puts Liverpool on the global route network map and gives opportunities to connect it to the world once again.  www.flybe.com    www.liverpoolairport.com

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