KLM adds extra flights from Norwich to Amsterdam

KLM is launching extra flights from Norwich Airport to Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport from Monday (27th March), putting over 270 worldwide destinations within even easier reach, and just in time for the Easter holidays.

The airline will be operating up to four return flights a day between Norwich and Amsterdam for the first time since the pandemic as demand for air travel continues to recover.

And with a flight time of just 55 minutes it means Schiphol Airport’s global network of international onward connections or a city break in Amsterdam is less than an hour away.

Richard Pace, Managing Director of Norwich Airport, said: “It’s great to see KLM’s Amsterdam route from Norwich getting back to full strength with four flights a day on weekdays and up to three a day at weekends.

“It means passengers from Norwich have even more flexibility, whether that’s for a city break or onward travel from Schiphol to more than 270 destinations worldwide.”

To celebrate the additional flights Norwich Airport has a competition to win a pair of return tickets to Amsterdam with KLM. The closing date is 31st March.

Amsterdam is among the year-round destinations available from Norwich, which also include Tenerife with TUI and Aberdeen with Loganair, which is especially popular with business travellers.

The airport’s full summer season gets underway in May with TUI offering a full schedule of eight sunshine destinations in Cyprus, Greece, Spain, and Turkey. Blue Islands also makes a welcome return with a twice-weekly service to Jersey, providing short breaks closer to home.

In recent months Norwich Airport has been recruiting as it gears up for a busy summer and has launched a series of videos featuring airport employees doing the jobs they love. For the latest vacancies see here.

For the full list of destinations available from Norwich Airport follow this link.