Tag: Netherlands

Ryanair signs 5-year deal with Enilive for access to up to 100,000 tonnes of sustainable aviation fuel

Ryanair welcomes EU court ruling on Air France-KLM state aid

Ryanair today (7 Feb) welcomed the EU General Court ruling that €3.4bn Covid-19 State aid granted by the Netherlands to Air France-KLM in 2020 was illegal. This is the second time that the EU General Court has ruled this aid package to be illegal, after the Commission failed to correct the erro...

CMAC Group Expands Aviation Services to Netherlands with Latest Acquisition

CMAC Group has announced they have acquired Netherlands-based business, Airline Services & Accommodation Partner (A.S. & A.P.), to drive further value for its airline clients across Europe and beyond, as CMAC Group continues to deliver against its strategy through both organic and acquisitio...

Increased airport charges damages recovery in Netherlands

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) warned that a proposed 37% increase in airport charges in the Netherlands risks significant damage to the recovery of air connectivity in the country. Following a formal review in which IATA and several airlines participated, the regulator for ai...

Morocco bans UK flights as Covid cases soar

photo: Ilyass2020 Morocco suspended today all flights from the UK, Germany and the Netherlands due to the soaring number of Covid-19 cases in the countries. “Upon decisions of national authorities and following the pandemic situation, flights from/to Germany, Netherlands and the UK are suspe...

Air Malta appoints Discover The World as trade, sales and marketing partner

As Europe opens up for regional travel, Air Malta has renewed its focus to trade partners with the appointment of 'Discover the World for the markets of Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Switzerland. Air Malta's Chief Commercial Officer Roy Kinnear said: "We are pleased to be expandin...

APOC Aviation welcomes Mark Rutte, Prime Minister of the Netherlands

Innovative leasing, trading and aircraft component & part-out specialist, APOC Aviation, hosted an unofficial visit from Dutch Prime Minister, Mark Rutte, at the weekend. APOC Aviation was selected as one of four Dutch businesses chosen for a private tour every 18 months, and CEO Max Lutje ...

KLM orders two more Boeing 777-300ER aircraft

KLM orders two more Boeing 777-300ER aircraft

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has ordered two more Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, a move that will further strengthen the carrier's long-haul fleet. The order, is valued at $751 million at current list prices. The 777-300ER can seat up to 396 passengers in a two-class configuration and has a maximum ...

Amsterdam back to normal after fuel system fault causes havoc

Amsterdam back to normal after fuel system fault causes havoc

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is getting back to normal today after a fault in the fuel system caused a raft of aircraft cancellations and delays yesterday (24 July). Aircraft at Schiphol could not be refuelled after Aircraft Fuel Supply, a third-party company that controls aircraft fuel supply, ha...

KLM the latest to add capacity into India after Jet Airways demise

KLM the latest to add capacity into India after Jet Airways demise

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will be expanding its Indian network to include Bangalore and is the latest European carrier to add routes into India after the demise of Jet Airways. At the end of October 2019, KLM will launch a thrice-weekly direct service from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol using a Boein...

SITA provides Viggo with more efficient operations at Eindhoven Airport

SITA provides Viggo with more efficient operations at Eindhoven Airport

Viggo - the sole ground handler at Eindhoven Airport - has implemented SITA’s latest Airport Management System to manage one of Europe’s fastest-growing regional airports, ensuring timely aircraft turnaround times and a more efficient passenger journey.  With flights arriving and departing...

KLM and Air Mauritius suspend their joint venture operations

KLM and Air Mauritius suspend their joint venture operations

KLM and Air Mauritius will suspend their joint venture (JV) operations between Mauritius and Amsterdam at the start of the 2019 winter season effective from 27 October 2019. The current joint operations on the two weekly Air Mauritius’ operated flights will continue throughout the summer 2019 s...

Star Alliance opens new lounge at Amsterdam Schiphol

Star Alliance opens new lounge at Amsterdam Schiphol

Star Alliance will tomorrow (8 March) open a new lounge at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol - its 8th branded lounge at airports around the globe. At Schiphol, Star Alliance has partnered with Aspire Netherlands (A Swissport company) who also developed and operates the adjacent common use Aspire Lounge...

Dutch Government takes 12.68% stake in Air France-KLM

Dutch Government takes 12.68% stake in Air France-KLM

The Dutch Government has taken a 12.68 per cent stake in the share capital of the Air France-KLM Group - which has seemingly infuriated the board of directors of the airline group who said it was done "without any consultation". Air France-KLM Group released a statement, which said: "This acquisi...

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