Airline news Amsterdam Airport Schiphol October 2019
TUI fly to Djerba, Adria Airways ceases operations, KLM to increase Las Vegas, Delta Air Lines announces changes for Summer 2020 and Freebird to Dubrovnik
Adria Airways applies for bankruptcy
The Slovenian airline has applied for bankruptcy on September 30 2019. Adria Airways has been a customer at Schiphol since 16 December 1995. The destination Ljubljana will stay in our network as Transavia still operates the route.
FlyBe cancels Doncaster/Sheffield
FlyBe will stop flights from Amsterdam to Doncaster/Sheffield per 27 October 2019. FlyBe has recently been acquired by Connect Airways. With this acquisition it has been decided to close their base at Doncaster/Sheffield.
TUI fly to launch Djerba
Per April 3 2020 TUI fly will operate a weekly service from Amsterdam to Djerba in Tunesia. This is a new destination from Amsterdam as the last flights to Djerba were in 2015.
Delta Air Lines announces summer 2020 changes for Amsterdam
Delta Air Lines will operate various flights to Amsterdam with newer aircraft next summer season. The Airbus A350-900 will be introduced on the following routes: Atlanta once a day, Detroit twice a day and Minneapolis/St. Paul once a day. The Airbus A330-900neo will be operated once a day to Seattle. Also Delta Air Lines will relaunch a daily service from Los Angeles to Amsterdam.
Freebird Europe to Dubrovnik
From 4 October till 13 December 2019, Freebird Europe will operate a weekly service from Amsterdam to Dubrovnik with an Airbus A320.
KLM to increase frequencies to Las Vegas
KLM has announced that they will increase flights from Amsterdam to Las Vegas next summer season (2020) from three to four flights a week. The route was launched last June by KLM.