Airline news: Airline news August

BH Air returns to Amsterdam

BH Air has returned to Amsterdam this summer. On July 16 it restarted flights from Bourgas to Amsterdam. This route is offered once a week during the summer season.

KLM adds a fourth flight to Krakow

In September and October KLM will increase frequencies to 4 flights a day between Amsterdam and Krakow.

United Airlines increases seat capacity to EWR

United Airlines will operate a B767-400 on its route to Newark coming winter season instead of the B767-300. Seat capacity will be increased by more than 350 seats a week.

EgyptAir goes with larger aircraft

Starting this winter season EgyptAir increases its seat capacity on the route Cairo - Amsterdam by operating flights with an A330-300 instead of the B737-800, adding 144 seats a flight.

easyJet welcomes 60th million passenger

The 60th million passenger at AMS for easyJet was welcomed this week on the new route Amsterdam-Pula. Cake and tickets were handed out to the lucky passengers.

China Southern with B787-9 to Amsterdam

Starting this winter season, China Southern Airlines will operate the Guangzhou – Amsterdam route with a B787-9 instead of the A330-300. The B787 has 11 extra seats per flight. China Southern operates the route on a daily basis.

Air Europa increases capacity at AMS

This winter season Air Europa will operate A330’s or B787’s on the Madrid – Amsterdam route. Due to high demand on the route, Air Europa will operate wide body aircraft instead of the B737-800.