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World Routes 2019
WORLD ROUTES 2019
September 21-24, 2019
World Routes is the global meeting place for every airline, airport and aviation stakeholder.The event presents an unrivalled platform for route development professionals to discuss, develop and plan network strategy on a global scale. Providing unique cost and time-saving benefits, World Routes is ...

Aviation Health Conference 2019
AVIATION HEALTH CONFERENCE 2019
September 24-25, 2019
The conference will offer an unparalleled opportunity for delegates to hear from leading aviation health experts and to network with their professional peers.

Schiphol

Schiphol Group is an airport company, with Amsterdam Airport Schiphol as its main airport. Schiphol is Europe's fourth-largest airport in terms of passenger numbers, and third-largest in terms of cargo volumes. The mission of Schiphol Group is to connect the Netherlands with all of the world's major economic, political and cultural centres.

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Jetblue is desperately trying to secure landing slots in London and Amsterdam, ahead of a large company-wide announcement in April. This adds fuel to the fire that Jetblue is just about to launch routes to Europe from the East Coast in time for Summer 2019. Now, this is all still rumor at this point, however, a recent court document filed in Amsterdam has revealed some interesting actions on part of Jetblue. First, it appears that Jetblue has requested that Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) revea...
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One of KLM’s former Boeing 747-400s has been transported to a hotel just outside Amsterdam Schiphol, where it will be converted into an exhibit about the iconic aircraft. Transfer of the aircraft – formerly registered PH-BFB, and named Bangkok – coincided with the 50th anniversary of Boeing’s maiden flight with the 747 on 9 February 1969.The jet has been moved, during a five-day operation, to the Corendon Village Hotel at Badhoevedorp on the north-eastern edge of Schiphol...
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Norwegian has announced the closure of multiple bases across its network as part of its Focus2019 plan that aims to generate savings of at least NOK2 billion kroner (USD229 million) in 2019. An internal airline communique to staff seen by ch-aviation said that as part of Focus2019, it had conducted a review of its B737-800 and B737-8 network operations with the goal of improving profitability, reducing the commercial impact of seasonality, while consequently increasing revenue and cutting costs....
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KLM has canceled 159 round-trip flights for Tuesday at its Amsterdam Schiphol hub as bad weather is forecast to cause runway closures. The Dutch flag carrier said “runway capacity is expected to be highly restricted, with only one runway able to be used. The airline has “therefore decided to cancel 159 European round-trips scheduled for Tuesday.”Passengers with flight bookings too, from or via Amsterdam Schiphol on Tuesday can rebook via the KLM website....
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Unions representing security guards at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport have called a 24-hour strike for September 4 in support of a pay and conditions claim. The FNV Security and CNV Professionals unions said the strike will apply to other locations as well, but we're announcing the Schiphol action early to allow passengers to make alternative arrangements. Schiphol has already received a notice from us because a 24-hour strike has consequences for the airport and air traffic, FNV directo...
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Norwegian Air continues it rapid expansion, announcing new US routes and acquiring more landing slots at London’s Gatwick Airport from summer 2018. The airline will add four new routes from the United States to Europe, with two each from New York JFK and Los Angeles LAX. Madrid will be served from both JFK and Los Angeles, with Amsterdam flights from NYC, and Milan from Los Angeles rounding out the new offering. New York to Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport will launch on May 7, 2018, ope...
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Over the next two years Dutch airline KLM will redesign and enlarge its international Crown Lounge at Amsterdam Schiphol. The work will be completed in stages and the Crown Lounge will remain open until the work is completed in the spring of 2019....
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Aigle Azur, the second largest airline in France, wants a service between Paris-Orly and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in 2017. "Whether the route there will depend on whether we are assigned the appropriate slots," the French airline reported. If the required take-off and landing rights are getting there, Air France, KLM and Transavia a competitor. Air France and KLM fly jointly to Charles de Gaulle, while the French branch of Transavia maintains a connection to Orly....
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Dublin Airport is delighted to welcome the launch of KLM’s new direct service between Dublin and Amsterdam. Initially starting with twice daily flights connecting Dublin to KLM’s award-winning hub Schiphol, the airline will further strengthen this service from March 2017 by doubling capacity on the route....
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EVENTS

World Routes 2019
WORLD ROUTES 2019
September 21-24, 2019
World Routes is the global meeting place for every airline, airport and aviation stakeholder.The event presents an unrivalled platform for route development professionals to discuss, develop and plan network strategy on a global scale. Providing unique cost and time-saving benefits, World Routes is ...

Aviation Week is proud to announce the UAM Series!  Started in America and taking "to the skies" with events in Asia and Europe later this year!
AVIATION WEEK IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE UAM SERIES! STARTED IN AMERICA AND TAKING "TO THE SKIES" WITH EVENTS IN ASIA AND EUROPE LATER THIS YEAR!
September 25-25, 2019
Aviation Week's UAM series brings together manufacturers, regulators, technology innovators, disruptors, municipal leaders and the infrastructure & investment community all working together to create on-demand aviation for smart cities and a new future for manned and unmanned transportation....