KLM Cityhopper will end its 2X-daily Fokker 70 services between Amsterdam and Manston Airport from April 10, as the Southeast UK airport braces for possible closure. New Zealand infrastructure investment firm Infratil sold Manston Airport to Manston Skyport for £1 ($1.65) last October. However, last month the new owners launched a 45-day consultation, which could result in an April closure if no alternative is found. Manston said it would continue operating as normal, but this was not ...

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