Dutch airline KLM is increasing flights to Scotland to meet rising demand. It will increase capacity on its links between Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and its Amsterdam hub by 20%. From April, KLM will operate six daily flights from Edinburgh, and five each from Glasgow and Aberdeen. An Inverness route is also expected to be announced soon. Traffic from Scotland is mainly for passengers connecting with long-haul flights out of Amsterdam.
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