KLM has announced new codeshare agreements with regional carrier Flybe, on routes from Southampton and Inverness to Amsterdam.
The agreements start on May 30, and will enable travellers using those UK airports to purchase through tickets connecting onto KLM’s global network at Amsterdam Schiphol.
Flybe offers three daily flights from Southampton to Amsterdam Schiphol, and daily services from Inverness to the Dutch hub.
Some readers may recall that KLM has previously offered codeshare services on these routes, with formerly family-owned carrier Suckling Airways (now a subsidiary of Loganair and for a period known as Scot Airways).
Report by Mark Caswell