Teesside International Airport is the region’s gateway to the world.
With airline partner KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, you are connected to more than 200 popular worldwide destinations at great fares via the award-winning hub at Amsterdam Schiphol.
KLM offers passengers three daily flights to Amsterdam with onward connections to locations such as New York, Milan, Bangkok and Abu Dhabi.
Onward connectivity is seamless through Schiphol Airport, with an easy-to-navigate terminal, which ensures hassle-free connections. The airport offers a wide variety of shops, restaurants, the world’s first airport library and even a mini Rijksmuseum.
So whether you are travelling onwards with KLM or one of its SkyTeam, partners such as Delta, Air France, Alitalia or China Airlines, you can get anywhere in the world from Teesside International.
From a family holiday to Florida, a business trip to the Middle East, a city break in Europe to a safari in Africa, you’re well covered with options and great fares flying worldwide from Teesside.
Check destinations, fares and flight times at teessideinternational.com
A busy summer at Teesside International This summer has seen one of the busiest periods in the airport’s recent history, not only as it kick-started its 10-Year Rescue Plan, but also in passenger and aircraft numbers.
In May, Teesside International saw the start of its first summer holiday charter flights to Bourgas, Bulgaria, with Balkan Holidays.
The 16-week programme has seen such a high level of interest and sales from Teessiders that the company committed very early on to offer the same holiday flights in 2020.
Aviation development continued with an announcement that JetsGo Holidays will launch a summer programme of flights in 2020 to one of the UK’s most popular holiday destinations – Palma, Majorca.
These flights can be booked now from only £75 per person. Book now at www. jetsgoholidays.com
But it’s not only the summer sun flights that are flying out, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines’ multiple daily service to Amsterdam, which provides critical global connectivity for both business and leisure passengers, is showing month-on-month growth compared to last year.
July was a particularly important month, as the airport formally returned to its original and much-loved name of Teesside International Airport.
The new brand, which was developed inhouse at the Tees Valley Combined Authority, was styled after an aeroplane’s tail fin, an instantly recognisable, universal icon for air travel. Within the fin is a stylised representation of Roseberry Topping, a significant regional landmark that can be seen from points within every borough.
The contour lines of the hill also represent the journey of a plane from take-off to landing, with the curves also suggesting forward momentum through the air.
These colours are bright and modern, but almost identical to the airport’s previous, wellknown identity, playing upon nostalgia and linking to the reintroduction of its former name.
For the first time in 15 years, passengers are flying into Teesside International with a renewed sense of place, and flying out with pride.