European airlines introducing new flights

European airlines introducing new flights

New or increased services are being introduced by three airlines in the lead-up to Christmas.

Ryanair is to introduce three new routes from Liverpool following the acquisition of two new Boeing 737-800 aircraft, bringing its fleet at John Lennon airport to eight. The new routes are to Rimini, on the east coast of Italy; Trapini, on the west coast of Sicily; and Lodoz in Poland.

The new routes will begin in March 2010 and bring Ryanair’s total destinations to 44. The budget airline is also increasing the frequency of its existing services to Faro, Krakow, Poznan and Wroclaw.

British Airways will add an extra flight to its London Heathrow to Shanghai service on 4 December in response to customer demand. The move will increase the total number of BA flights to Shanghai from five to six per week.

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is resuming flights from Amsterdam to Bali after a 12 year hiatus. The service will run three times a week, flying from Amsterdam Airport Schipol at 9pm on Tuesday, Sunday and Friday and returning from Denpassar Ngura Rai Airport at 9.30pm on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.

Operating with a Boeing 737-300, the flights will have a capacity of 425 passengers. The new service is scheduled to begin on 6 December.

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