From April to October, 2002, Martinair will be offering scheduled services between Amsterdam and Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver.
A short backgrounder: The bilateral agreement between the Netherlands and Canada allows the first designated Dutch carrier (the Dutch chose KLM) to offer scheduled services to Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary, and Vancouver. The second designated Dutch carrier (the Dutch chose Martinair) can offer scheduled services to any two of these cities.
Martinair chose four cities instead of two and one of those cities wasn't on the designated list. They chose Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver. The only intervention came from the Edmonton Regional Airports Authority in support of this request. No other interventions were received.
The request to serve the four cities was approved for the period mentioned above.