KLM uk is undertaking a substantial restructuring of its operations. Domestic UK services are to be reduced or eliminated, while flights to Amsterdam to provide feed to parent KLM will be increased. Cuts on routes flown by the airline’s BAe 146s include the elimination of Aberbeen-Stansted (from 12 September), Edinburgh-London City, Manchester-London City, and Jersey-Stansted (from 30 October). On routes to Jersey, KLM uk has arranged for British Regional Airlines to take over, while Jersey European will operate the Edinburgh-London City route. There are rumors that KLM uk may dedicate some of its aircraft, possibly including some of its BAe 146s, to a new low-cost subsidiary (currently code-named “K2”) that would operate from Stansted.