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Aeroflot to start service with a wide-body A330

On June 1 Aeroflot introduces the Airbus A330-200 on the route Amsterdam-Moscow. On one of the three daily services this wide-body aircraft will be replacing the usual A321.

KLM increases service to Moscow

In the peak season KLM will temporarily increase service to Moscow from two to three daily flights. The extra service will be operated from July 7 until September 2 with a Boeing 737-700.

Turkish Airlines to increase capacity

This Summer season Turkish Airlines will increase its capacity on the on the route Amsterdam to Istanbul. Three of the four daily flights to Istanbul Atatürk Airport will be carried out with an A330, the other flight will be with an A320. The daily service of Turkish Airlines to Istanbul Sabiha Göcken will keep an A320.

TUI fly adds a new destination: Zadar

A fifth destination in Croatia will be added to our network this summer. TUI fly will start services to Zadar with a weekly flight carried out with a Boeing 737-800. The other destinations in Croatia are: Zagreb (by Croatia Airlines and KLM), Dubrovnik (by easyJet), Pula (Croatia Airlines) and Split (by easyJet and KLM).

Corendon Airlines to add B737 MAX

Corendon Airlines plans to add a Boeing 737 MAX to its fleet in May 2018. The B737 MAX will be based in Amsterdam.

KLM to cease flights to Kazakhstan

KLM has announced that it will not restart its services to Kazakhstan. Last year KLM operated a combination flight from Amsterdam to Astana and Almaty and had temporarily suspended the operation during this winter season. Air Astana continues to operate 6 weekly flights from Amsterdam to Atyrau.