KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will launch a fourth daily flight to Amsterdam from Liverpool this summer.
The increased frequency to Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport commences on May 10th and comes less than a year since the carrier introduced flights to the north-west city on March 30th 2009.
Air France KLM UK general manager Henri Hourcade said the improved schedule is "great news" both for the airline and for Liverpool.
"Whether travelling for business or leisure, the new schedule means faster connectivity with KLM’s intercontinental route network, seamless integration with our European network and the convenience of being able to do a full day’s business in Amsterdam and be back home in time for dinner," he commented.
The new service will increase route capacity by 33 percent and offer great flexibility to passengers flying to onward destinations on the continent.
Meanwhile, cheap flights carrier Ryanair will introduce flights to Szczecin, Poland’s seventh-largest city and biggest seaport, from Liverpool on May 21st.