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Fri, 11 December 2015

KLM to Launch Daily Amsterdam - Inverness Flights

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is to launch daily flights between Amsterdam and Inverness, the airlines 4th Scottish destination and 17th UK destination.

Commencing on 17 May 2016, all flights will be operated by KLM Cityhopper, using Fokker 70 jet aircraft, carrying up to 80 passengers.

Warner Rootliep, General Manager of Air France-KLM UK & Ireland said, Demand from Scotland continues to grow and KLM has always invested in its Scottish network and local relationships in the region. We are happy to strengthen our presence in Scotland and are confident this news will be well received. Our experience of being the UKs largest regional long-haul carrier means we are best placed to understand the needs of local communities and regional businesses and we know that the service we will provide out of Inverness will perfectly answer the needs of the people of Northern Scotland.

Fares start from 79 return in economy including all taxes.

Inglis Lyon, Managing Director of Inverness Airport operator HIAL, added, With a global network of more than 150 worldwide destinations, KLMs arrival ensures local businesses are better connected to key markets around the world, while tourism providers will also benefit as Inverness joins KLMs world network of destinations. Given the strength of KLMs brand, reputation and global connections, we are confident this new service will deliver significant benefits for the Highlands.

KLM, Amsterdam, Inverness, Scotland

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