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Flybe Route to Amsterdam Opens Liverpool to Hong Kong and Abu Dhabi

Flybe and Liverpool John Lennon Airport have opened up exciting new global routes from Liverpool, thanks to Flybe’s new route from Liverpool to Amsterdam.

The service – which runs up to three times daily to create convenient timed onward long-haul connections – takes advantage of Flybe’s codeshare and interline partners in Amsterdam to create a hub link for global travel from Liverpool. This means that you can now have one-stop travel itineraries from Liverpool to a whole host of global destinations that are perfect for both business and pleasure.

Anyone looking for luxury holidays to Abu Dhabi, for instance, can now travel with the convenience of flying from a local airport – flying from Liverpool to Amsterdam with Flybe and then on to Abu Dhabi with Etihad Airways. Thanks to Flybe’s codeshare partnership with Etihad, passengers will be able to complete the journey on one ticket and bags will be checked straight through from Liverpool. And, don’t forget you will also have access to the wider Etihad network from Abu Dhabi for even further travel.

Another of Flybe’s partnerships, this time with Cathay Pacific, opens up travel to Hong Kong from Liverpool, with one stopover in Amsterdam. A perfect route for tourists and business users alike, it strengthens business connections between Liverpool and Hong Kong, as well as inviting increased tourism from around the world into Liverpool itself.

 

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