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Despite travel restrictions on both sides of the Channel, KLM resumed flights to various destinations in the United Kingdom recently:
- Since 19th April, flights restarted to Belfast City Airport (BHD). There are currently 2 to 3 flights per week, using an Embraer 175.
- Since 24th April there have also been flights to Bristol (BRS) and Leeds Bradford (LBA).
- Flights to Cardiff have been in operation since 26th April. Every other week there are 2 or 3 flights operated with an Embraer 175.
In May, the frequency of flights to Bristol will be gradually increased from 4 to 6 flights per week, operated by an Embraer E190. Leeds Bradford should see the same increase in frequencies too.
KLM (Cityhopper) had already resumed flights to London Heathrow, London City Airport, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
On top of the existing 10 UK airports served, it seems that service to even more UK airports, such as Norwich and Humberside, will follow at the end of May – at least according to the booking system.
The UK is an important market for KLM, and with Cityhopper, the company offers excellent regional coverage throughout the country, making KLM a very useful potential option for Brits – particularly those outside London.