Airline news: Airline news September
New airline at Schiphol: Ural Airlines
Starting October 30th Ural Airlines will fly two times a week from Zhukovsky (Moscow) to Amsterdam. Flights will be on Wednesday and Saturday and operated with an A321 with 220 seats. For Schiphol this is a new airline and a new destination.
China Southern to use B787-9 from Guangzhou
China Southern Airlines will introduce the B787-9 aircraft on the route Guangzhou – Amsterdam instead of the A330. This is an increase of 11 seats per flight. China Southern Airlines has a daily operation from Guangzhou.
Air Europa twice daily with wide bodies
Currently Air Europa operates with a mix of aircraft at Amsterdam (B737-800, B787 and A330-300). This winter all flights will be operated with either the B787 or the A330. Air Europa flies twice a day between Madrid and Amsterdam.
United Airlines to double flights to Newark
With the start of the summer season 2020 United Airlines will introduce a second daily frequency between Newark EWR and Amsterdam with a B767-300ER with 214 seats. In total United Airlines will operate six daily flights from Amsterdam.