Schiphol’s winter timetable takes effect
Two new airlines and twelve new destinations
Schiphol’s winter timetable took effect on Sunday, 30 October. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is pleased to welcome two new airlines, Air Europa, with two daily flights to Madrid, and Skywork, with a daily flight to Bern. Bern is a new destination.
New destinations for airlines currently operating at Schiphol
Compared with the summer timetable, twelve new destinations will be added to Schiphol’s network. KLM has launched flights to Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro and Luanda and ArkeFly will be operating flight services to both Puerto Vallarta and Zanzibar (via Mombasa) once a week. Corendon Airlines now offers weekly flights to Elazig and Konya, Turkey. CSA Czech Airlines started flight services to Bratislava in June and will be operating these flights four times a week. Flybe.com began operating flight services to Inverness, Scotland in September and Transavia.com has added Salzburg and Taba to its destinations this winter. A number of airlines have changed their operating frequency on a number of destinations. In addition KLM has taken over the destinations of Havana and Punta Cana from Martinair.
New Schiphol Timetable on www.schiphol.nl
The winter timetable applies from Sunday, 30 October 2011 until Sunday, 25 March 2012. The digital version of the Schiphol Timetable can be viewed on www.schiphol.nl and is updated on a monthly basis. The new timetable also provides information about road and rail access to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, parking facilities and the departure hall where each airline is located. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol serves over 300 European and intercontinental destinations directly.