| Dublin to Sandefjord via Amsterdam. First leg of the flight, DUB-AMS, was operated a plane from Stobart Air, with a KLM crew. Upon check-in, I was informed of a 25 minute delay but that I should be able to make my booked connections. However, at the gate, the delay just kept getting longer and longer. As I was standing around, I received an email informing me that my flight would not make the original connection to CPH and that I had automatically been re-booked onto another flight, however this meant I would miss my rail connection to Sweden. The gate staff were not able to do much, as they were only local Irish contractors and not KLM staff. The delay was progressively made later and later. The flight was almost 2 hours late and was causing great stress and worry for me about being stranded in CPH. Only suggestion was to see the transfer desk in Amsterdam, who were helpful and professional. I asked if I could be rebooked onto Oslo, but initially they said it was booked out. They had only been looking at OSL and did not even consider TRF, until I suggested it. It was a very late flight option but it was better than everything else presented to me. The delayed DUB-AMS Stobart Air flight was best described as adequate. It was quite obvious that the air crew were thrown together and were disjointed in their operations. However they were very professional in their appearance and interactions with the passengers. The AMS-TRF flight was a proper KLM flight, on the same plane type. The aircrew were much better than the first, most likely because of working together before. Thankfully so, to ease my nerves from the first leg.