RIO DE JANEIRO - BRAZIL
KLM has announced the resumption of Amsterdam - Rio route from 1 November 2011, with 3 weekly direct services operated in B777-200ER.
Rio de Janeiro is the second largest city in Brazil, on the South Atlantic coast. Rio, known as the "cidade maravilhosa" (marvelous city), is famous for its breathtaking landscape, its laidback beach culture and its annual carnival.
PUNTA CANA - DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is launching a twice weekly service to Punta Cana Airport in the Dominican Republic from 31 October, the start of the 2011 winter schedule. Punta Cana is KLM’s 69th intercontinental destination.
Punta Cana, on the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic, is what Caribbean postcards are made of: twenty-five miles of white sand and swaying coconut trees.
HAVANA - CUBA
KLM will launch thrice-weekly service to José Martí International Airport on Cuba starting 31 October 2011. Cuba will then become KLM’s 68th intercontinental destination.
Cuba offers tremendous diversity : from unspoilt nature and historical and cultural gems to luxury coastal resorts. Fly to this Caribbean island of rumba rhythms to discover 1950s cars, revolutionary spirit and hand-rolled cigars.
Havana is also the perfect destination for food lovers with its Creole flavours and amazing seafood.
BUENOS AIRES - ARGENTINA
After an absence of 10 years, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will resume scheduled services between Amsterdam and Buenos Aires on 31 October 2011. Buenos Aires will become KLMs’ 67th intercontinental destination.
Despite its European connections, Buenos Aires has a flavor all its own. Local culture is celebrated in the weekly Mataderos Fair, gourmet cuisine, a frenzied nightlife and top-drawer activities.The city's dozens of neighborhoods, each with its own personality, offer museums, restaurants, shopping, history, dancing and outdoor activities to suit any taste or budget.