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Atlantic Airways makes Interline deal with KLM in bid to make the Faroe Islands more accessible to everyone

Atlantic Airways has made a so-called Interline deal with French/Dutch airline KLM. Atlantic Airways is expecting to launch discounted trips to Paris and Amsterdam, which area Air France-KLM’s two main airports.

Atlantic Airways has made a so-called Interline deal with French/Dutch airline KLM, reports Kringvarp Føroya.

Jóhanna á Bergi, CEO of Atlantic Airways, states to Kvf.fo that ”this means that you can now buy a single ticket which covers different legs of the journey.”. She adds: “Check-in will also be a lot easier, as will changes, possible delays and cancellations.”

Atlantic Airways is expecting to launch discounted trips to Paris and Amsterdam, which area Air France-KLM’s two main airports.

“This is of course great for us here in the Faroes, but it is primarily a much-improved opportunity for foreign visitors to come to us, making our islands more accessible to everyone”, says Mrs. Bergi according to Kvf.fo.

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