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News: Darwin Airline confirms new routes from Cambridge

By Richard Benedikz on 22 May 2013, 13:11

Cambridge Airport

The airline has unveils new scheduled services linking Amsterdam, Paris, Milan and Geneva with Cambridge.

The new services will be operated by European regional airline Darwin Airline, in code-share partnership with SkyTeam member Alitalia. Flights to Amsterdam, Paris, Milan and Geneva will enable travellers from Cambridge and the East England region to reach hundreds of destinations worldwide with connections to the global networks of SkyTeam partners Alitalia and Air France-KLM.

Commencing from 2 September 2013, Darwin Airline will be offering a total of 50 flights a week to and from Cambridge. This will include a planned timetable of 24 weekly flights to and from Amsterdam; 12 weekly flights to and from Paris CDG; eight weekly flights to and from Milan Malpensa, and six weekly services to and from Darwin Airline’s main hub at Geneva. All routes will be operated by SAAB 2000 regional aircraft.

Flights can be booked online at and through travel agent networks. Lead-in fares to all destinations start from £119 per person each way and £159 return.

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