Courtesy: Austrian Airlines.
Austrian Airlines is expanding its flight offering to Scandinavia, and will relaunch service to Gothenburg as of June 2, 2017. It will deploy an Embraer jet for three weekly flights to Sweden’s second largest city. On balance, Austria’s national carrier offers travelers two destinations and 24 direct flight connections to Sweden i.e. 21 weekly flights to Stockholm and three times each week to Gothenburg. Starting with its summer 2017 flight schedule, Austrian Airlines will boast a total of four destinations in three Scandinavian countries, namely Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm and Gothenburg. Austrian Airlines operated flights on the Vienna-Gothenburg-Vienna route up until the year 2012, and cancelled flight service within the context of its fleet Boeing 737 reduction program.
The flights to the Swedish college town comprise an optimal flight traffic linking Vienna with the Gothenburg business location. In addition, Austrian Airlines offers the best possible connecting flights to Austria’s federal provinces as well as to Central and Eastern Europe. Flight time from Vienna to Gothenburg is about two hours.
||Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays
||9:50 a.m. – 11:50 a.m.
||Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays
12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Source: Austrian Airlines.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will resume service to London City Airport after an absence of almost eight years. KLM will begin with daily service and, in the weeks thereafter, increase frequency to four daily flights on weekdays and one to two flights a day on weekends.
London City is KLM’s 17th destination in the United Kingdom served directly from Amsterdam. The launch of service to London City confirms the importance of the United Kingdom within the KLM network.
Once again, KLM is strengthening its European network by flying independently to London City. From now on, passengers on this route can enjoy all the advantages of KLM services and digital products. And the flight schedule is extremely attractive for business travelers – Boet Kreiken – Managing Director KLM Cityhopper.
The flights will be operated by KLM Cityhopper using Embraer 190 equipment, which can carry up to 100 passengers. In addition to this service, KLM also offers its passengers various flights to London City in cooperation with CityJet, also from Rotterdam.
Starting today (November, 2nd 2016), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is starting service to Dublin, Ireland per February 2017. Today saw the first official flight. The flight received a festive welcome at Dublin Airport. And the aircraft flew Dutch and Irish colors from the cockpit.
We are proud to be flying to Ireland’s beautiful capital in KLM Cityhopper’s Embraer 190.The addition of Dublin to KLM’s route network is yet another endorsement of continuous investment to best serve the market. Ireland is experiencing a blossoming economy and strong growth in the tourist sector. Besides the Dublin-Amsterdam route, the direct KLM connection offers access to KLM’s European and intercontinental network – and all at attractive prices, and featuring an excellent flight schedule – Boet Kreiken – Managing Director KLM Cityhopper.
Daily flights to Dublin during the 2016 winter schedule will use an Embraer 190 which seats 100 passengers. Flight KL935 from Amsterdam to Dublin departs at 12.10 PM and arrives at 12.50 PM local time. The return flight, KL936, departs from Dublin at 13.20 and arrives at Schiphol at 15.55. Flight KL939 from Amsterdam will depart at 21.20 and arrive in Dublin at 22.00, local time. Flight KL932 from Dublin will depart at 05.55 and arrive in Amsterdam at 08.30, local time. Starting 26 March, KLM will increase its frequency to Dublin from twice to four times a day.
Today (October 22th, 2016), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines took possession of its fourth Embraer 175 at Schiphol.The aircraft landed at 18.30 at Schiphol Airport. KLM expects to receive its next Embraer in January 2017, the fifth of a total of seventeen.
Courtesy: British Airways.
British Airways is providing more than 34,000 extra seats to Germany from London City Airport this winter with bigger aircraft and additional flights.
Services to Hamburg and Dusseldorf will operate on the 76-seat Embraer 170 jet aircraft, replacing the current Saab 2000 turboprop.
In addition the schedule to Dusseldorf will increase from three to four flights a day,
The larger aircraft will mean British Airways is more than doubling its capacity to Hamburg on the three daily flights. Larger aircraft and additional frequencies will increase the number of seats to Dusseldorf by 33 per cent.
New three-a-day flights to Berlin from London City launched earlier this year, which together with Hamburg, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt and Bremen means British Airways will operate up to 85 flights each week direct from the Docklands to Germany this winter.
Luke Hayhoe, British Airways’ general manager commercial and customer, London City, said: “Germany is such a fast growing market we were delighted to increase our schedule earlier this year with new services to Berlin and Hamburg. Now with a larger aircraft fleet we can be more flexible and add the additional frequencies that customers have asked for.
“The five German cities we serve are popular with both business and leisure customers and I’m sure they will welcome the new larger aircraft and increased schedule choices.”
Basic each way fares to Hamburg from £80 and Dusseldorf from £59 are available to book on www.ba.com/londoncity
Source: British Airways.