Airline news: Airline news July

Norwegian to increase frequency on New York

This winter season Norwegian will increase its frequencies to New York JFK from 4 weekly to daily. The launch of Amsterdam-New York by Norwegian was this May. The route will be carried out with a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner with 345 seats.


Delta Air Lines launches Amsterdam- Los Angeles

On June 18, the first flight of Delta Air Lines from Amsterdam-Los Angeles was carried out. KLM offers this route 2 daily and Delta will operate a 4 weekly service.


Back at Schiphol: A380 by China Southern

Per July 10, China Southern started operating its route Beijing - Amsterdam with the A380 just like in the summer of 2015 and 2016. At this moment Schiphol has 49 weekly passenger flights to China and an seat capacity increase of 25% in comparison with summer 2017.


Garuda goes non-stop

Coming winter Garuda Indonesia Airlines will fly all their flight non-stop between Jakarta and Amsterdam. At this moment frequency of this route is 6 weekly, of which 3 via Singapore. Starting the winter schedule all flights will be non-stop. Flights are carried out with a B777-300.


Charter series by BH Air

In July and August BH Air will fly 2 weekly to Bourgas, Bulgaria. Flights will be carried out with an A320.


KLM to stop route Teheran

KLM announced that they will stop the route from Amsterdam to Teheran as per September 24. After a 3 year absence KLM started this route 3 weekly in 2016. Iran Air will be continue to operate a 2 weekly service to Teheran from Amsterdam.


Air Europa to operate B787 to Amsterdam

Starting this winter season Air Europa will operate one daily flight with a B787. The other daily flight will continue to be operated with a B737-800.