New air route linking Inverness and Amsterdam start

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The first flight of a new service linking a Scottish airport with one of Europe's busiest airports has taken off.

Flybe will fly between Inverness and Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport.

Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Highland Council, transport body Hitrans and VisitScotland have contributed funding to the service.

Flybe will operate seven flights a week during the summer months and six per week in winter.

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