Dutch airline KLM says "low demand" is the reason behind the suspension of the Teesside to Schipol route.
It's been suspended from 10 October until 11 February because of low take-up for the peak winter season route, which ran from Teesside three times a day before the pandemic.
A spokesperson for Teesside International Airport said the temporary pause of the Amsterdam route was the "right thing to do".
Quote Message: KLM remains a valued airline partner, we are in constant discussions with them over this important route and we have had reassurances that this pause does not impact our recently announced five-year deal."
Flights from the airport to London Heathrow were launched two weeks ago