KLM Cityhopper


KLM Cityhopper

KLM Cityhopper is the regional airline subsidiary of KLM based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. It operates international services within Europe. It is based at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Amsterdam.cite news | title= Directory: World Airlines | work= Flight International | page= 101 | date= 2007-04-03] KLM Cityhopper operates flights to 44 destinations all across Europe with most of the flights operating out of Amsterdam.

Infobox Airline
airline = KLM Cityhopper

logo_size = 100
fleet_size = 58 (+10 orders)
destinations = 43
IATA = WA
ICAO = KLC
callsign = CITY
parent = Air France-KLM
company_slogan =
founded = April 1991 (After NLM CityHopper, Netherlines & KLM UK merger)
headquarters = Amsterdam, Netherlands
key_people =
hubs = Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
secondary_hubs =
focus_cities =
frequent_flyer =
lounge =
alliance = SkyTeam
website = [http://www.klm.com/passage/cityhopper/nl/index.html KLM Cityhopper]

History

The airline was established in April 1991 and started operations the same year. It was formed from the merger of NLM CityHopper and Netherlines. As part of KLM restructuring plans, its regional subsidiaries (including KLM UK) merged in November 2002 under the KLM Cityhopper name. It is wholly owned by KLM and has 910 employees (in March 2007)..

Destinations

Several of KLM’s internal European routes are operated by both KLM and KLM Cityhopper, depending on the day of the week and the time of year. For example, flight KL1273 from Amsterdam Schiphol to Côte d'Azur International Airport in Nice, France, is operated by KLM during the months of daylight saving time, and KLM Cityhopper for the rest of the year. Other flights are operated exclusively by KLM Cityhopper. Fact|date=February 2007

Fleet



Accidents and incidents

KLM Cityhopper had a fatal accident, KLM Cityhopper Flight 433, on April 4, 1994 [http://www.airsafe.com/events/airlines/klm.htm] [http://aviation-safety.net/investigation/cvr/transcripts/cvr_kl433.php] .

External links

* [http://www.klm.com/passage/cityhopper/en/index.html KLM Cityhopper]
* [http://www.ch-aviation.ch/aircraft.php?search=set&airline=WA&al_op=1 KLM Cityhopper Fleet]
* [http://www.klm.com/passage/cityhopper/en/index.html KLM Cityhopper fleet (KLM website)]

References


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