Eindhoven Airport has a list of twenty destinations for which airlines can receive support for the new route. These include Munich, Zurich, Geneva, Berlin and Stockholm. A number of conditions are attached to the support of the new route. The destination is not yet offered by an active airline at Eindhoven Airport. The airline must fly to the destination at least twice a week throughout the year for at least three years. Destinations that are more than 400 kilometers away from Eindhoven Airport or that can be reached within four hours by train, bus or car are not eligible for the new route support.
There are no additional slots
Eligibility for the new route support is on a first-come, first-served basis, the airport reports. There are no additional slots available to support the new path. This means that airlines that use the new route support and thus add a new destination to the NRS list will fly less to the existing destination or delete the existing destination. The maximum number of flight movements per year to/from Eindhoven Airport remains unchanged with the introduction of new route support.
From 29 February 2024, Transavia will fly at least three times a week between Eindhoven and Oslo.
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