Dutch carrier KLM is resuming services between Amsterdam and the northern UK city of Liverpool after a 70-year break.
Its KLM Cityhopper subsidiary will revive the link on 29 March, offering thrice-daily frequencies operated by Fokker 70 twin-jets.
KLM had previously used a Fokker aircraft on the route - the three-engined high-wing Fokker F.XII which could accommodate around 16 passengers.
This is three-engined high-wing Fokker F.XII flown on the inaugural flight
The airline originally connected the two cities between 1934 and 1939, but axed the service with the outbreak of the Second World War. In 1934 KLM carried 969 passengers, 3,984kg of cargo and 564kg of mail on the route.
With the addition of the new route to Liverpool, KLM will serve 15 UK airports.
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