New routes at Cambridge Airport

22 May 2013 09:32

Passengers will soon be able to fly to four major European cites from Cambridge Airport

Passengers will soon be able to fly to four major European cites from Cambridge Airport

Passengers will soon be able to fly to four major European cites from Cambridge Airport. As of September 2, Swiss-headquartered carrier Darwin Airline will begin flights to Amsterdam, Paris, Milan and Geneva.

The airline will use 50-seat SAAB 2000 regional aircraft on all the routes, with 24 weekly flights to and from Amsterdam, and 12 weekly flights to and from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport. There will also be eight weekly flights to and from Milan's Malpensa airport, and six weekly services to and from Geneva.

It is hoped the new routes will put Cambridge Airport firmly on the international transport map. Elsewhere, easyJet has begun services from Gatwick to the Norwegian city of Bergen. Fares start from just £31.99 one-way, including taxes, meaning extra money for necessities such as travel insurance.

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