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Air France, KLM step up connectivity from Scotland

Air France, KLM step up connectivity from Scotland

Air France and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines have announced an increase in flight frequencies from Scotland to the world for their Summer Schedule.

KLM is increasing its daily flights from five to six from Edinburgh to Amsterdam and from four to five from Glasgow. Furthermore, Air France has increased the frequency between Edinburgh and Paris with one additional flight reaching a total of four daily operated flights.

The Airline Group provides Scottish passengers with the greatest travel offer in terms of choice of destinations, schedule and operations.

The AIR FRANCE KLM Group has been operating from Scotland for 67 years and is committed to the region with operations from popular airports choices including: Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee and Inverness.

Passengers travelling on any of the convenient 28 daily flights connecting Scotland to the world will experience hassle free and fast connections via convenient hubs in Amsterdam Airport Schiphol or Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol was voted ‘Best Airport in Europe’ at the Business Traveller Awards in 2012 for the thirteenth consecutive year and Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport has started last year an action plan called Hub 2012 including terminals refurbishment, new buildings, brandings improvement.


Henri Hourcade, General Manager UK Ireland at Air France KLM, comments, “AFKL has brought worldwide connectivity to Scotland since 1946, when the first KLM aircraft landed. These additional frequencies will give travellers even greater flexibility and choice of medium and long haul destinations, as well as helping to improve the standing of the Scottish regions on the world stage.”