United Airlines and JetBlue announced on Wednesday that they would suspend scheduled flights between Amsterdam and London, pending a review of passenger safety.
The airline announced the suspension in a press release.
United Airlines, JetBlue, and American Airlines scheduled flights between Amsterdam and London from March 21 through March 29.
According to the release, Ames airport and United’s airline hubs are “at a critical stage of a new wave of air travel that will result in many fewer flights.”
The company said that “all U.S. flight departures will be canceled for the foreseeable future.”
United said that it will begin an independent review of its safety record in the wake of the January 2018 terrorist attacks on Brussels airport and the World Trade Center in New York City.
“Our company has been deeply affected by the terrorist attacks in Brussels and New York,” said American Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz in a statement.
The airport has more than 4,000 flights a day, and the company says that, in the past two months, the airport has seen the number of daily flights to reach 5,000 daily. “
Ames is the world’s largest and most secure international airport, and is home to many of the world�s busiest and most advanced airports.
The airport has more than 4,000 flights a day, and the company says that, in the past two months, the airport has seen the number of daily flights to reach 5,000 daily.
As of Thursday morning, the company had canceled 818 flights from Amsterdam and 826 from London.
United said it has been cooperating with authorities in the ongoing investigation and would provide updates when appropriate.