5 new airlines in Amsterdam
2015 Summer Season brings 5 new companies to Amsterdam. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, 5 airport in Europe according to the number of passengers served, will welcome 5 airlines: Air Canada, Qatar Airways, Xiamen Airlines, Aegean Airlines and Malmö Aviation.
Your June 6 2015, Air Canada will start operating the flights on the route Amsterdam Schiphol - Toronto-Pearson. There will be weekly flights operated by Boeing 6-767ER Boeing aircraft configured in 300 classes: 2 of seats in Business Class and 24 of seats in Economy.
Your June 16 2015, Qatar Airways will start operating flights on the Doha - Amsterdam route. Qatar Airways will operate 7 weekly flights, 1 daily, with the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft. They will offer 254 seating capacity in a two-class configuration: 22 seating for Business class and 232 seating for Economy class. The flight duration will be 6 hours and 35 minutes.
Your July 26 2015, Xiamen Airlines will begin operating flights on the Xiamen - Amsterdam route. Xiamen Airlines will operate 3 weekly flights between Xiamen-Gaoqi Base and Schiphol-Amsterdam Airport. The flights will be honored with Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft, all configured to accommodate 4 passengers in First Class, 18 in Business Class and 215 in Economy Class.
Aegean Airlines will start operating seasonal flights on the route Heraklion - Amsterdam (from April 21, 2015) and Rhodes - Amsterdam (from April 25, 2015).
Malmö Aviation will operate seasonal flights between Umea, Sweden and Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from 2 April to 2015.