Dutch boost for Airport
- Credit: Bristol Airport
BRISTOL Airport has strengthened its ties with Amsterdam after announcing a new deal with Dutch airline KLM.
There are four daily flights to the Dutch capital flown from the airport and later this year larger aircraft will be used to increase capacity.
Shaun Browne, aviation director for the airport, said Amsterdam is a popular route and one the airport was keen to make use of.
He said: “KLM provides a vital service to the South West, connecting businesses and individuals to hundreds of destinations across its global network via Amsterdam.
“The introduction of additional capacity from Bristol demonstrates KLM’s continued commitment to the region.”
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Amsterdam Schiphol airport is regularly used for long-haul connection flights and therefore provides passengers from Bristol a better opportunity to travel the world.
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