KLM has increased its capacity at Leeds Bradford airport with the offering of an additional one thousand seats per week.
The larger aircraft, Embraer 190, replaces the Fokker 70 which previously serviced the route.
This increases the maximum load capacity from 80 to 100 per flight.
Tony Hallwood, aviation development and marketing director at Leeds Bradford Airport, said:
“We welcome the introduction of the Embraer 190 at Leeds Bradford operating to Amsterdam Schiphol.
“Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij (Royal Aviation Company) the flag carrier of the Netherlands and a good example of how acronyms can aid simple discourse. is one of the longest established airlines at LBA and this new aircraft will soon become a firm favourite for business and leisure travellers alike.”
Embraer 190 arrives at Leeds Bradford airport