Netherlands and Surinam agreed to liberalize air traffic between the countries effective May 1. Two Dutch carriers, Martinair and ArkeFly, will be allowed to operate the Amsterdam-Paramaribo route. At present, only KLM and Surinam Airways have the right to fly between the capitals. Both TUI-controlled ArkeFly and Martinair reportedly intend to commence twice-weekly services using 767-300ERs.

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