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Amsterdam and Geneva flights suspended at Cambridge Airport

A Darwin Airline plane at Cambridge International Airport Credit: ITV News Anglia

Flights to Amsterdam and Geneva are being suspended atCambridge International Airport on the 30th March.

Following the recent major investment in Darwin Airline by Etihad, now the newly named Etihad Regional, the company has been reviewing its current network of routes across Europe.

It will be temporarily suspending services between Amsterdam, Geneva and Cambridge.

But the operator plans to confirm new flights between Cambridge and Verona for May 2014, with a major UK tour operator.

All other existing flights at Cambridge International Airport are continuing as normal.

Cambridge International Airport Credit: ITV News Anglia

Steve Jones, Managing Director of Cambridge International Airport said. "We enjoy a good relationship with Etihad Regional and whilst we respect their decision to temporarily suspend Amsterdam and Geneva services.

The steady growth of routes in the past six months serves as proof of a strong market demand in the Cambridge region. Naturally we are delighted to see Verona becoming a new regular destination from Cambridge."