I doubt they would be bothered about Jet2. KLMs consideration will be connecting traffic and no doubt will want to be picking up the slack of the lost Flybe routes in Yorkshire as a whole.I wonder if they have noticed that Jet2 have again scheduled Boeing 737-800 to operate the LS205/206 Leeds - Amsterdam rotation on Fridays and Sundays from November?
The good thing about the runway is usually what you lose on one side you gain on the other. Typically if landing on 18R with the long taxi in, you take off on 24 which is right next to the D pier - similarly take offs on 36L mean you probably landed on 06 which gets you right in to the D pier.I don't mind the coach journey around the apron whether after landing or before take off.
The boring bit at AMS in the long taxi to or from the northern runway - and that is the same for EMB or B737.
Very big. The terminal itself is huge and walking distances significant, and the whole site is large too with the notorious Polderbaan runway being a good 15-20 minute taxi from the terminal.Is Amsterdam big? Never been. have been through Abu Dhabi though where we were bussed to the terminal that journey was nearly as long as the flight
Yeah, I suppose it depends what gate you arrive at, I just know our bus journey was long! Not as long as our walk to the next gate for our connecting flight to aus though, that was something else no idea what ams is like in comparison but Abu Dhabi seemed huge.I am not happy to read that. I transit AUH at the beginning of Feb 2020.