Darwin Airline opens direct flights to Cambridge


As part of the launch of a new operational base in the UK, Darwin Airline has announced that it will start a direct service between Geneva and Cambridge, the UK’s fastest growing economic city. Commencing from 2 September 2013, Darwin Airline will be offering three weekly flights between the two cities, operated by Saab 2000.

Robert Deillon, CEO of Genève Aéroport commented, "Highly regarded for its world-famous university and as one of the UK's top tourism destinations, Cambridge is also a top business city.  Darwin Airline offers operational excellence and we are very pleased to see this airline develop here at Geneva."

Maurizio Merlo, CEO at Darwin Airline, added, "Cambridge is at the forefront of several business sectors and spearheading the UK's economic growth – it is thriving and vibrant, one of the UK’s most valuable and affluent markets".

Cambridge Airport’s newly refurbished terminal has recently completed a CHF 1.5 million facilities upgrade. Just 45 minutes from London by direct express train service, Cambridge is one of the UK’s most vibrant cities.  Cambridge Airport is just 3 miles from the city, well connected by bus services and offering an excellent road and motorway connectivity.