Flights to new KLM destinations!
Cartagena is located on Colombia’s north coast and is home to about 900,000 people. It was founded on 1 June 1533 and is named after a city in Spain. During its colonial era, the city was a political and economic centre and played an important role in the expansion of the Spanish empire. At present, its economy is based largely on maritime, petrochemical, and tourist industries. In 1984, Cartagena’s colonial city walls and fortresses were included in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites. Cartagena is surrounded by stunning Caribbean beaches and has a vibrant nightlife.
KLM will operate 3 weekly flights with a Boeing 787-9. Flights will depart from Amsterdam at 10.15 and arrive in Bogotá at 14.00, local time. At 15.40, local time, it will continue on to Cartagena, arriving at 17:10, local time.
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Freetown and Monrovia
Freetown is the capital of Sierra Leone in western Africa. The city features a harbour on the Atlantic Ocean which is a major source of the country’s economic development. Fish packing, rice, diamond polishing, cigarette production, and oil refining are all important industries there. What is more, Freetown possesses a unique and rich history, and a number of interesting sights.
Monrovia is the capital of Liberia and also the country’s largest city. It is the location of the most important harbour and is the country’s administrative, financial, and commercial centre.
KLM will operate its flights to Freetown and Monrovia using Airbus 330-200s departing on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays at 14.35 from Amsterdam to arrive in Freetown at 19.30, local time. After a short layover, it will continue on at 20.40 to Monrovia, arriving at 21.55, local time.
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Minneapolis is the largest city in the American state of Minnesota and has a population of around 400,000. This city has a unique system of skyways. These glass-enclosed pedestrian bridges link the buildings in the centre of Minneapolis, allowing you to walk through the city while sheltering from the winter cold or summer heat. The city is famous for the Minneapolis Sound. This pop music trend, pioneered by Prince, created a furore in the 1980s. The city also boasts numerous nightclubs, modern art, and a large number of theatres, which are barely surpassed by New York. In terms of commerce, Minneapolis is a centre for medical industries and financial institutions.
KLM will operate a three flights a week from Amsterdam to Minneapolis, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays; departing Amsterdam at 09:35 hrs CET and arriving in Minneapolis-St. Paul at 11:20 hrs (local time). The flights will be operated using an Airbus 330-200.
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Mauritius is an island in the Indian Ocean about 2,000 kilometres off the southeast coast of the African continent. It has a surface of around 2,040 km2. The tropical island is home to about 1.2M people. The capital and largest city is Port Louis. The island enjoys a tropical climate with clear warm sea waters and stunning beaches. The Mauritian island is also mountainous, with lush forest, wild waterfalls and a unique, well preserved wildlife.
KLM will operate three flights a week on Monday, Thursday and Saturday from Amsterdam at 17:20 (local time) and arriving in Mauritius the next day at 07:35 (local time) on KLM’s newest aircraft, the Boeing 787-9.
The summer service will be operated by Air Mauritius, two times per week effective 26th of March 2018, on Mondays and Fridays. A third weekly flight will be added on Wednesdays in August and October.
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Malaga lies on the Costa del Sol, boasts a relatively mild climate and is therefore a popular tourist destination for Northern Europeans. What’s more, Malaga is an important Mediterranean port for cruises and trade.
Starting 1st April 2017 KLM will be operating one weekly flight from Amsterdam to Malaga with a Boeing 737. Increasing to daily flights from 8th July 2017.
Malaga will become KLM’s sixth Spanish destination to be served directly from Amsterdam. The other five are Bilbao, Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Alicante.
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Gdansk, Poland’s biggest port, lies on the edge of the Baltic Sea generating plenty of industrial activity. Tourism has also developed in recent years and the seaside resort of Sopot with its sandy, six-km long beach lies to the west of Gdansk.
KLM will be operating daily weekday flights from Amsterdam to Gdansk with an Embraer 190.
After Warsaw and Krakow, Gdansk will become KLM’s third destination within Poland to be served directly from Amsterdam.
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Graz, Austria’s second largest city, is known for its historic city centre – Central Europe’s biggest medieval city centre. It was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. Graz is an important industrial city, serving as a business hub for the region and home to four universities. Graz is located 200 kilometres southwest of Vienna on the Slovenian border.
KLM will be operating daily weekday flights from Amsterdam to Graz with an Embraer 175E.
After Vienna, Graz will become KLM’s second Austrian destination to be served directly from Amsterdam.
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Located along the Atlantic coast at the Douro river estuary in Northern Portugal, Porto boasts four UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It is one of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations. After Lisbon, KLM will be operating daily flights from Amsterdam to Porto, Portugal with a Boeing 737.
Porto will become KLM’s second destination in Portugal to be served directly from Amsterdam.
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The Port of Split lies on a small peninsula jutting out into the Adriatic Sea. Split is the most important city in southern Croatia. The city’s economy relies mostly on tourism, coupled with fishing, wine production and chemicals. Most of the Dalmatian islands off the southern coast are only reachable via the Port of Split.
KLM will be operating seasonal flights from 22 April – 28 October 2017 from Amsterdam to Split, using an Embraer 190.
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Catania, the second largest city on Sicily, lies on the east coast of the island. The city lies at the foot of Mount Etna, an active volcano located some 30 kilometres to the north. The Baroque city centre of Catania was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2002. The city also boasts a commercial port. Catania is home to most of the island’s theatres.
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Cagliari is the capital of the island of Sardinia, an autonomous region of Italy. The oldest part of the city lies upon the hill of the historic district of Castello (literally meaning castle), boasting a fantastic view across the Gulf of Cagliari. Most of the city walls are still intact, including the two remaining 11th-century limestone towers. Other must-see attractions include the Santa Maria Cathedral, the Basilica of San Saturnino and the Roman era amphitheatre.
KLM will be operating seasonal flights from 15 May – 28 October 2017 from Amsterdam to Cagliari using an Embraer 190.
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