KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is increasing flights to Amsterdam from Aberdeen International Airport next week.
From Monday the airline will operate three flights a day to the Dutch capital. This will increase further to four flights a day between Monday and Saturday from August 31.
Roger Hunt, Aberdeen International Airport interim managing director, said: “It is another positive step for us as we warmly welcome KLM’s decision to further increase flights at Aberdeen International Airport.
“After a number of really challenging months and with lockdown beginning to show signs of easing, it is reassuring to see a number of routes restarting and frequencies increasing from Aberdeen.”
Benedicte Duval, Air France KLM in the UK & Ireland general manager, said: “Our decision to increase the frequency on our Aberdeen to Amsterdam service to four flights per day by the end of August is a positive sign of recovery, after what has been and still is a challenging time for our industry.”