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Upper Plains and Midwest USA - Winter weather

Because of winter weather in Upper Plains and Midwest USA, some of our flight schedules are temporarily disrupted. If you have booked a flight to, from or via one of the below mentioned locations on Sunday 15 January and Monday 16 January 2017, please see below rebook and refund options we can offer you. These options are only valid, if you have a ticket originally issued on or before Friday 13 January 2017.


  • Alpena (APN),
  • Cedar Rapids (CID),
  • Chicago (ORD and MDW),
  • Des Moines (DSM),
  • Duluth (DLH),
  • Green Bay (GRB),
  • Iron Mountain (IMT),
  • Kansas City (MCI),
  • La Crosse (LSE),
  • Lincoln (LNK),
  • Madison (MSN),
  • Milwaukee (MKE),
  • Minneapolis (MSP),
  • Moline (MLI),
  • Omaha (OMA),
  • Pellston (PLN),
  • Rhinelander (RHI),
  • Rochester (RST),
  • Saginaw (MBS),
  • Sioux Falls (FSD),
  • St Louis (STL),
  • Traverse City (TVC),
  • Wausau (CWA),
  • Wichita (ICT),
  • Detroit, MI (DTW)


You can check your flight status or view your flight details in My Trip. We are doing our very best to help you on your way again.


Rebook your flight

Is the departure date of your flight to, from or via any of the above mentioned destinations on Sunday 15 January or Monday 16 January 2017? Then your new departure date should be no later than Thursday 19 January 2017. You can rebook your flight at the latest on Thursday 19 January 2017. Please see below options and rules:

1. Change your travel dates
  • You may change your travel dates of KLM, AIR FRANCE and/or Delta Air Lines flights once.
  • You can change your travel dates only if the same travel class is available as mentioned in your original ticket. Upgrading your ticket to Business Class is only possible by contacting us directly via Twitter or Facebook or by telephone.
  • You will not have to pay the change fee.
2. Change your destination
  • You may use the full value of your original tickets for new tickets on KLM, AIR FRANCE and/or Delta Air Lines.
  • You will not have to pay the change fee.
How to rebook
You can rebook in the following ways:
  • Log into My Trip and change your travel dates and/or destination yourself if:
    • you have a KLM, AIR FRANCE and/or Delta Air Lines ticket
    • your journey has not started yet
    • you are not travelling with a baby
    • you did not request a special service (e.g. ordered a special meal, are travelling as an unaccompanied minor, have requested transportation of a wheelchair or pet, or the use of a bassinet)
  • We can rebook your journey via Twitter and Facebook!
  • You can also contact us by telephone.
  • Did you book your ticket via a travel agent? Please contact that travel agent to rebook.

Apply for a refund
You are entitled to a full refund of your ticket if you are travelling to, from or via any of the above mentioned locations on Sunday 15 January or Monday 16 January, and your flight was cancelled by KLM, AIR FRANCE and/or Delta Air Lines, or was delayed for more than 3 hours and you did not travel.

How to request a refund
  • If you bought your ticket via KLM.com, a KLM ticket office or KLM Telephone Reservations, and your ticket number starts with 074, you can apply for a refund online  in just a few steps. You can also call us, but lines may be quite busy.
  • If you booked via a travel agent, please contact them directly.

Amsterdam - Strong winds expected

Because of possible strong winds in Amsterdam, flight schedules may be disrupted. If you have booked a flight to, from or via Amsterdam on Friday 13 January 2017, please see below rebook and refund options we can offer you. These options are only valid, if you have a ticket originally issued on or before Thursday 12 January 2017.

You can check your flight status or view your flight details in My Trip. We are doing our very best to help you on your way again.


Rebook your flight

Is the departure date of your flight to, from or via any of the above mentioned destinations on Friday 13 January 2017? Then your new departure date should be no later than Friday 20 January 2017. You can rebook your flight at the latest on Tuesday 17 January 2017. Please see below options and rules:

1. Change your travel dates
  • You may change your travel dates of KLM, AIR FRANCE and/or Delta Air Lines flights once.
  • You can change your travel dates only if the same travel class is available as mentioned in your original ticket. Upgrading your ticket to Business Class is only possible by contacting us directly via Twitter or Facebook or by telephone.
  • You will not have to pay the change fee.
2. Change your destination
  • You may use the full value of your original tickets for new tickets on KLM, AIR FRANCE and/or Delta Air Lines.
  • You will not have to pay the change fee.
How to rebook
You can rebook in the following ways:
  • Log into My Trip and change your travel dates and/or destination yourself if:
    • you have a KLM, AIR FRANCE and/or Delta Air Lines ticket
    • your journey has not started yet
    • you are not travelling with a baby
    • you did not request a special service (e.g. ordered a special meal, are travelling as an unaccompanied minor, have requested transportation of a wheelchair or pet, or the use of a bassinet)
  • We can rebook your journey via Twitter and Facebook!
  • You can also contact us by telephone.
  • Did you book your ticket via a travel agent? Please contact that travel agent to rebook.

Apply for a refund
You are entitled to a full refund of your ticket if you are travelling to, from or via any of the above mentioned locations on Friday 13 January 2017, and your flight was cancelled by KLM, AIR FRANCE and/or Delta Air Lines, or was delayed for more than 3 hours and you did not travel.

How to request a refund
  • If you bought your ticket via KLM.com, a KLM ticket office or KLM Telephone Reservations, and your ticket number starts with 074, you can apply for a refund online  in just a few steps. You can also call us, but lines may be quite busy.
  • If you booked via a travel agent, please contact them directly.

Central and Mid-Atlantic United States - Winter weather expected

Because of possible winter weather Central and Mid-Atlantic United States, flight schedules may be disrupted.If you have booked a flight to, from or via one of the below mentioned locations on Friday 13 January 2017 and Saturday 14 January 2017, please see below rebook and refund options we can offer you. These options are only valid, if you have a ticket originally issued on or before Wednesday 11 January 2017. 


  • Baltimore, MD (BWI)
  • Bloomington, IL (BMI)
  • Charleston, WV (CRW)
  • Cincinnati, OH (CVG)
  • Columbus, OH (CMH)
  • Dayton, OH (DAY)
  • Indianapolis, IN (IND)
  • Kansas City, MO (MCI)
  • Oklahoma City, OK (OKC)
  • Peoria, IL (PIA)
  • Philadelphia, PA (PHL)
  • Springfield, MO (SGF)
  • St Louis, MO (STL)
  • Tulsa, OK (TUL)
  • Washington Dulles, DC (IAD)
  • Washington Reagan, DC (DCA)
  • Wichita, KS (ICT)


You can check your flight status or view your flight details in My Trip. We are doing our very best to help you on your way again.


Rebook your flight

Is the departure date of your flight to, from or via any of the above mentioned destinations on Friday 13 January 2017 and Saturday 14 January 2017? Then your new departure date should be no later than Monday 16 January. You can rebook your flight at the latest on Monday 16 January. Please see below options and rules:

1. Change your travel dates
  • You may change your travel dates of KLM, AIR FRANCE and/or Delta Air Lines flights once.
  • You can change your travel dates only if the same travel class is available as mentioned in your original ticket. Upgrading your ticket to Business Class is only possible by contacting us directly via Twitter or Facebook or by telephone.
  • You will not have to pay the change fee.
2. Change your destination
  • You may use the full value of your original tickets for new tickets on KLM, AIR FRANCE and/or Delta Air Lines.
  • You will not have to pay the change fee.
How to rebook
You can rebook in the following ways:
  • Log into My Trip and change your travel dates and/or destination yourself if:
    • you have a KLM, AIR FRANCE and/or Delta Air Lines ticket
    • your journey has not started yet
    • you are not travelling with a baby
    • you did not request a special service (e.g. ordered a special meal, are travelling as an unaccompanied minor, have requested transportation of a wheelchair or pet, or the use of a bassinet)
  • We can rebook your journey via Twitter and Facebook!
  • You can also contact us by telephone.
  • Did you book your ticket via a travel agent? Please contact that travel agent to rebook.

Apply for a refund
You are entitled to a full refund of your ticket if you are travelling to, from or via any of the above mentioned locations on Friday 13 January 2017 and Saturday 14 January 2017, and your flight was cancelled by KLM, AIR FRANCE and/or Delta Air Lines, or was delayed for more than 3 hours and you did not travel.

How to request a refund
  • If you bought your ticket via KLM.com, a KLM ticket office or KLM Telephone Reservations, and your ticket number starts with 074, you can apply for a refund online  in just a few steps. You can also call us, but lines may be quite busy.
  • If you booked via a travel agent, please contact them directly.

Complete Ban on carriage of Samsung Galaxy Note7

The U.S. Department of Transportation has issued an emergency order banning the carriage of Samsung Galaxy Note7 devices from commercial air transport. KLM will comply with this emergency order and no longer allow customers to travel with this device in any form – whether on their person, in hand baggage or as checked baggage. This ban applies to all AIR FRANCE, KLM and KLM Cityhopper flights.

For more information, please refer to the Department of Transportation (DOT) website .