Netherland: Due to current difficult economic climate dutch Airlines KLM has announced that it will discontinue its flights between Amsterdam and Liverpool John Lennon Airport In U.K. Although KLM was the only Airline who took the brave decision to launched liverpool in 2009, at a time of economic uncertainty, when many Airlines were reducing their network but, now KLM has taken this unfortunate decision on the ground of economic downturn as they are facing it for long time. But still KLM currently offers an up to three times daily service on the route, a frequency that is matched by low-cost carrier easyJet which has served the route since 1996. In the past year an estimated 337,000 O&D passengers traveller.
On the other hand the operators of liverpool John lennon are disappointed with decision however they are much aware of their situation and looking forward for the positive future and trying their level best to replace this service very soon.They are dealing with this situation on challenging a note.This service has also been important for the Liverpool City Region, opening up global connectivity for travel to and from the region and it is for this reason that they will pursue all alternatives as they look for a replacement service to a hub airport