Today Darwin Airline, the Swiss Regional reference in the Alpine and Subalpine region, and the Airport Amsterdam Schiphol presented the new routes
operated by the Swiss carrier departing from Amsterdam to Leipzig/Halle in Germany and
Cambridge in the United Kingdom, officially operated starting as of September 2nd 2013.
For the new route Amsterdam - Cambridge, Darwin Airline offers 24 weekly flights between the two cities, operated with their own Saab 2000 turbo propeller planes with 50 seats in elegant blue leather and a pitch, the distance between the seats, of 81cm. The promotional fare starts at € 186 per person, round trip.
For the Amsterdam – Leipzig route the company planned 24 weekly flights as well, with an
inauguration fare starting at € 193 per person, round trip.
"We are honored to be able to announce these new flights," says Maurizio Merlo, CEO of Darwin Airline and continues, "Europe is increasingly at the center of the expansion plan of our airline and we are confident that this collaboration with the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol will greatly help to increase it."
Maarten de Groof, Executive Vice-President and Chief Commercial Officer of Schiphol Group,
said: “We are delighted to welcome Darwin Airline at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. With its
services to Cambridge and Leipzig/Halle, this new customer adds two new destinations, thus
further strengthening the Mainport Schiphol”.
Darwin Airline Media Release