Flights to new KLM destinations!
From 18th May 2015, KLM will launch a new scheduled service to Montpellier, France.
Montpellier is the capital of the Languedoc-Roussillon region, located on the south coast of France on the Mediterranean Sea. Montpellier has an historical city centre with “Place de la Comédie” as main focal point. Well known are the artists and musicians with their live performances on the street.
KLM will be operating daily flights from Amsterdam to Montpellier with a Fokker 70 aircraft.
Montpellier will be the sixth destination within France which is directly served by KLM.
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From 18th May 2015, KLM will launch a new scheduled service to the second largest city in Poland, Krakow.
Krakow is one of the oldest cities in Poland and next to its business interest, is an attractive destination for tourism. Krakow has traditionally been one of the leading centres of Polish academic, cultural, and artistic life and is one of Poland's most important economic hubs.
KLM will be operating daily flights from Amsterdam to Krakow with a Fokker 70 aircraft.
Next to Warsaw, Krakow will be the second destination within Poland which is directly served by KLM.
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From 19 May 2015, KLM will offer three time a week a roundtrip service from Amsterdam to Edmonton. Edmonton is the capital of the Canadian province of Alberta and the fifth largest city in Canada, after Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary. It is the largest economic centre in northern Alberta and an important city for the oil and gas industry. Edmonton also has a large and growing technology sector. With Edmonton, KLM will serve five Canadian destinations out of Amsterdam .The flights will be operated on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, as well as Fridays effective 22 June.
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From 31st March 2015, KLM will launch a new scheduled service to Colombia’s capital Bogota and Cali, the country's third-largest city. KLM will fly three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Colombia is one of South America’s fastest growing economies plus its charming villages and natural beauty make it an excellent destination already enjoyed by many tourists. Bogota is the country’s administrative and business capital. Cali is located near Colombia’s ‘coffee triangle’ famed for its many charming coffee farms set in stunning landscapes. Alfonso B. Aragon International Airport (Cali-Palmira) is also the principal gateway to Colombia’s largest Pacific port of Buenaventura.
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On 2nd February 2014, KLM began a new scheduled service to Santiago, the capital of Chile. Santiago is the cultural, political and financial centre of the country. Flights to Santiago are operated by a Boeing 777-300, with a stop in Buenos Aires three times a week on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday from Amsterdam and on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from Santiago.
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On 26th May 2014, KLM began a new service on flights to Turin in Italy.
Located in the northwest of Italy in the Piedmont region at the foot of the Alps, Turin is mainly known as the headquarters of automobile manufacturers FIAT and by the football club Juventus.Visit Piazza Castello with the two thousand years old Palazzo Madama, the royal church "Chiesa di San Lorenzo" and the Royal Palace with its beautiful gardens.
KLM Cityhopper operates the flights to Turin twice a day with a Fokker 70.
On 26 May 2014, KLM launched a new seasonal service to Bilbao in Spain.
KLM operates this new service on a daily basis except for Tuesday and Thursday with an Embraer 190.
This new seasonal route will operate until 25 October 2014.
KLM offers five weekly flights to Bilbao via Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
On 27th May 2014, KLM launched a new seasonal service to Zagreb in Croatia.
KLM Cityhopper operates this route on Tuesday, Thursday and at the weekend, using a Fokker 70 aircraft.
This new seasonal service will run until 25 October 2014.
KLM offers four weekly flights to Zagreb via Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.