Airline news: Airline news February

Garuda Indonesia brings back Jakarta – Amsterdam rotation

Starting on Febuary the 19th, Garuda Indonesia will once again offer direct services between Jakarta and Amsterdam. The current routing, Amsterdam via Medan to Bali will be stopped. Garuda operates six flights a week with a B777-300ER with 393 seats.

Flybe connects Newquay with Schiphol

Starting this summer season, Flybe will operate 6 flights a week with a Dash 8-Q400 from Newquay to Schiphol. This is a new destination for Schiphol and will be our 26th destination in the UK. The first flight will be on March 29.

Corendon Dutch Airlines introduces Sal

Corendon Dutch Airlines will start flights from Amsterdam to Sal, Cabo Verde. Operations start upcoming November and will be two times a week.

Croatia Airlines cancels Dubrovnik and Pula

Croatia Airlines will cancel its Dubrovnik and Pula flights to Amsterdam this summer. In return, Croatia Airlines will operate 8 flights a week to Zagreb, daily and two flights on Tuesday.

SunExpress continues Ankara flights into winter season

SunExpress will continue its Schiphol – Ankara operations also during the winter season. SunExpress flies once a week on this route.

AnadoluJet takes over Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen flights

AnadoluJet will take over the daily flights between Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen to Amsterdam from Turkish Airlines.

Air France cancels Brest and Clermont-Ferrand

Air France has canceled its Brest and Clermont-Ferrand connection to Schiphol, operated by Air France HOP. Thereby, Schiphol will lose 2 destinations from its portfolio.