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DFDS reopens Amsterdam – Newcastle

DFDS reopens Amsterdam – Newcastle

10-07-2020 12:00:00


Following the announcements from the UK government about the lifting of quarantine restrictions and the restart of travel to many other countries, DFDS is resuming sailings between Amsterdam and Newcastle.

As both ships are laid up in IJmuiden, the first departures will take place on Wednesday 15 July from IJmuiden and Thursday 16 July from Newcastle.

“We are very pleased that we are finally able to welcome our passengers back to our routes between the UK & Continent. However, we will be running on significantly reduced capacity and reduced onboard services as part of our COVID-19 measures to ensure the safety of all staff and passengers”, says Kasper Moos, Head of BU Short Routes & Passengers.

Services will be adapted onboard to ensure social distancing and the onboard catering offering has temporarily changed.

Source: DFDS


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