Netherlands Airline Companies, Dutch Airlines

List of airlines of Netherlands

Transavia, Royal Dutch Airlines-KLM, Corendon, Arkefly or TUI fly Netherlands, KLM Cityhopper.




Transavia is a Dutch low-cost airline and a wholly owned subsidiary of Air France-KLM. Transavia is a France-KLM group's low-cost airline. Transavia operating scheduled flight operation services to Germany, Spain, Italy, Greece, Portugal, France, Turkey, Tunisia, Morocco. Dutch low-cost airline Transavia operates a fleet of Boeing aircraft.


Transavia Airplane, Boeing 737-800



KLM is the flag carrier airline of the Netherlands. Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM) operates scheduled passenger and cargo services to more than 130 destinations worldwide. It is the oldest airline in the world still operating under its original name.


KLM's Airplane, Boeing 747-300 ER


KLM Fleet


Corendon Dutch Airlines is a Dutch branch of the Corendon Group (which also operates Corendon Airlines in Turkey) which started operations under its own AOC in April 2011 using a single Boeing 737 series aircraft. Corendon services European holiday destinations from Amsterdam.


Corendon Airplane, Boeing 737-800


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TUI fly Netherlands (Arke)

Arkefly is a Dutch airline headquartered in Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Arkefly is a carrier of the TUI Group. Arkefly carries out regular and chartered flights, Arkefly operates to destinations in the Mediterranean, Turkey, Canary Islands, Red Sea, Mexico, Caribbean, United States, Canada, Brazil and the Netherlands Antilles.

Since 2016 TUI's airline subsidiaries named TUI, so you can read Arke as TUI. Travel and tourism company TUI Group or TUI Airlines has many sister airline company. TUI fly Netherlands is one of these sister airline company. TUI fly Netherlands operates scheduled and charter flight operations to many destinations. TUI Airlines group is one of the largest leisure airline in Europe. TUI Airlines Belgium, TUI fly Deutschland, TUI Airways (United Kingdom) and TUI fly Nordic are the others TUI airline companies in Europe.


Arke, Boeing 737-800


KLM Cityhopper

KLM Cityhopper is the Dutch regional scheduled airline. KLM Cityhopper is a subsidiary of KLM. Established in 1991, the company has used Dutch Fokker aircraft in its fleet for many years. Dutch Regional carrier KLM Cityhopper operates scheduled flights to many destinations. Dutch Regional air-carrier KLM Cityhopper operates a fleet of Embraer aircraft.


KLM Cityhopper, Embraer E175