Darwin Airline considers first British hub

Victoria
By Victoria May 22, 2013 13:34

Darwin Airline considers first British hub

Cambridge Airport has announced the opening of a new European airline base as award-winning European regional carrier, Darwin Airline, unveils brand new scheduled services
linking Amsterdam, Paris, Milan and Geneva with Cambridge.

The new services will be operated by European regional airline Darwin Airline, incode-share partnership with SkyTeam member Alitalia.

Commencing from 2 September 2013, Darwin Airline will be offering a total of 50 flights a week to and from Cambridge. This will include a planned timetable of 24 weekly flights to and from Amsterdam; 12 weekly flights to and from Paris CDG (East Anglia’s only air service to the French capital); eight weekly flights to and from Milan Malpensa, and six weekly services to and from Darwin Airline’s main hub at Geneva.

Maurizio Merlo, CEO at Darwin Airline, says: “As we expand within Europe, the UK is a key market for us to further establish and we are delighted to open our new base in the heart of East England. Cambridge is at the forefront of several business sectors and spearheading the UK’s economic growth – it is thriving and vibrant, one of the UK’s most valuable and affluent markets. The team here at Cambridge Airport and many of the city’s stakeholders have inspired us to invest and connect the region to Europe and beyond.”

Victoria
By Victoria May 22, 2013 13:34
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