Air France-KLM‘s loss-making short- and medium-haul point-to-point network is facing even more competitive pressure as Europe’s two largest LCCs are planning capacity expansions at Paris Orly and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS). Ryanair’s request to Airport Coordination Netherlands for slots at Amsterdam Airport was granted, giving the Irish LCC slots for up to nine daily flights at the airport this winter. Ryanair already operates from three regional Dutch ...

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