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To help promote the new worldwide links now available from Liverpool John Lennon Airport with KLM via Amsterdam Schiphol airport, LJLA and airline staff hit the road recently visiting travel agents across the region, dressed in a variety of costumes to reflect just a selection of the 650 worldwide destinations available with KLM or their Skyteam partner networks.

Staff visited agents in Liverpool, Wirral and Warrington offering food native to India, America, Egypt and Japan also giving staff the chance to win 2 return flights to one of a number of worldwide destinations from Liverpool via Amsterdam with KLM.

Kate Waiton, Peel Airports Group Sales Manager commented,”We certainly caused a bit of a stir visiting the agents, but were all welcomed everywhere we went with our foreign food and prizes. Its been a great way to highlight just where agents can book their customers to, by flying via Amsterdam from JLA”

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