There are daily flights on all four routes to the Dutch airport, and up to twice a day between Heathrow and Schiphol. Flybe operates the flights with DHC Dash 8 turboprops.
It has been two years since Flybe went under due to financial problems and had to stop operating. Recently, a new start was made under the care of an investment company.
The regional British company (re)opens a total of about 25 routes, four of which go to Schiphol. Furthermore, it mainly concerns domestic flights and some routes to France.
Flybe was once one of the largest airlines at Schiphol, and flew from the Dutch airport to many more British destinations than is the case this summer.