Summer schedule launched: new Schiphol Timetable at www.schiphol.nl
Schiphol, 28 March 2014
The new Schiphol Timetable is now available. It includes a full overview of all scheduled passenger flights to and from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. All destinations in the Schiphol Timetable are served directly from Schiphol. The Timetable can be downloaded from www.schiphol.nl and is updated every month. This information can also be found in the Schiphol App.
New destinations for Schiphol
KLM is launching three weekly flights to Santiago de Chile. CityJet will be flying to Avignon once weekly this summer. Transavia.com will be flying to Bari three times a week, and to Thessaloniki twice a week. Croatia Airlines will fly to Dubrovnik once a week. Vueling is launching three weekly flights to Santiago de Compostela, and Estonian Air will be flying to Växjö eight times a week.
KLM will be increasing its frequencies to the following destinations this summer: Athens, Bergen, Florence, Fukuoka, Guayaquil, Houston, Moscow, New York JFK, and Quito. Korean Air is increasing its frequency to Seoul, Belavia to Minsk, LOT Polish to Warsaw, Aeroflot to Moscow, CityJet to Brive, Eurolot to Gdansk and Krakow, FlyBe to Southampton, and Transavia.com to Naples, Verona, Catania and Marrakech.
Schiphol is welcoming a new airline, Air One, which will be flying twice weekly to Palermo and twice weekly to Catania.
New routes among existing airlines
KLM will be flying to Zagreb and Bilbao seven times a week, and to Turin 14 times a week. EasyJet will serve Bordeaux four times a week, Vueling will fly to Rome six times a week, Sun Express will fly to Kayseri once a week, and Garuda Indonesia will be flying nonstop to Jakarta five times a week.
The summer schedule at Schiphol will run from Sunday, 30 March until Saturday, 25 October 2014 inclusive.
Note to editors
The new Schiphol Timetable is attached. If you would like to receive a hard copy, please contact Schiphol Press Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +31(0)20 601 26 73.