Start of the summer schedule at Schiphol
This summer, as always, the flights from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol offer numerous options for beautiful European or intercontinental destinations.
The 2018 summer schedule started on Sunday 25 March. This summer, we are welcoming a new airline to our airport: Air Mauritius. Furthermore, the destinations of Orlando International (United States), Växjö (Sweden), Fortaleza (Brazil), Alghero (Italy) and Zadar (Croatia) are new additions to the flight schedules.
The summer schedule will end on Saturday 25 October 2018. Changes may be implemented over the course of the summer, due to the dynamic environment in which the aviation industry operates.
New airline at Schiphol
This is the first time Air Mauritius is connecting the Netherlands to the tropical island of Mauritius. On 26 March, the airline started operating two flight services a week, with intentions to add a third flight in summer. During the winter period, this route was flown by KLM.
New destinations for Schiphol
On 31 March, Delta Air Lines will start operating flight services between Orlando International and
Amsterdam. This route will be flown daily.
KLM has started operating daily flights to and from Växjö, known as the cradle to a famous Swedish furniture company. Växjö was previously not yet a part of Schiphol's route network.
KLM's second new destination is Fortaleza, in the Northeast of Brazil. This route will be flown three times a week.
Corendon Dutch Airlines will be operating three flight services to and from Alghero this summer.
As of 7 May, Norwegian will be operating flight services to and from JFK International Airport in New York four times a week.
As of mid-June, Delta Air Lines will be offering four flights to Los Angeles each week.
KLM has taken over flight services to and from Nantes from HOP! The frequency of these flights is also increasing, from 19 to 20 per week.
Corendon Dutch Airlines is now also offering holiday flights to Samos. Flight services are operated twice a week.
Bogotá - Cartagena 3 -> 4x per week
Bologna 3 -> 4x per day
Krakow 2 -> 3x per day
Minneapolis–Saint Paul 3 -> 5x per week
Moscow 2 -> 3x per day
New York JFK 14 -> 20x per week
Additionally, larger aircraft will from now on be used for flights to and from Toronto (Air Canada), Seoul (Korean Air), Istanbul (Turkish Airlines), Guangzhou (China Southern Airlines), Abu Dhabi (Etihad Airways), Philadelphia and Dallas/Fort Worth (American Airlines) and Moscow (Aeroflot).