KLM announced it’s a plan to resume passenger flights to 60 per cent of its summer capacity by August is an indication of easing travel restrictions, but demand for fly-to-destinations remains a major uncertainty in the recovery of coronavirus.
With the coronavirus taking a downturn, the Dutch airline would make the majority of additions in Southern Europe from August & September. The airline will have 60 per cent more flights which were decreased in the light of coronavirus. During this pandemic, KLM has been able to fly over a few summer destinations which were just 10 per cent of the regular flights.
The Flexi travel policies remain in place and the carriers have developed a number of incentives including a 15 per cent added-value bonus to encourage people to choose KLM as their next flights. In the face of coronavirus, various travel restrictions continue to impact the airline’s scheduled operation. With this update, KLM continues to grow it’s an intercontinental network to offer the passenger even more travel options from the airline they trust.
The countries which allow air travel are constantly changing due to the coronavirus outbreak. We can assume that this leads to a lack of clarification on whether your flight is still running. Check the new travel route changes and the flights our partner airlines are operating.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has changed Intercontinental service over the last few weeks for the remainder of the Northern Summer 2020 season. From 01SEP20 until 24OCT20, activity scheduled as follows.
|Flights||Frequency||Resumption Dates||Call Us For Inquiry|
|Amsterdam – Abu Dhabi – Muscat||Three weekly flights||September 28, 2020|
|Amsterdam – Accra||Five-weekly Flights||October 03, 2020|
|Amsterdam – Accra – Lagos – Amsterdam||One-weekly Flights||September 28, 2020|
|Amsterdam – Atlanta||Six-weekly Flights & One daily flight||September 27, 2020|
|Amsterdam – Bangkok – Hong Kong||One Daily Flight||September 28, 2020|
|Amsterdam – Bangkok – Kuala Lumpur||Three-weekly Flights||October 01, 2020|
|Amsterdam – Cairo||Two-weekly Flights||September 09, 2020|
|Amsterdam – Calgary||Three-weekly Flights||September 28, 2020|
|Amsterdam – Cape Town||Two-weekly Flights||October 01, 2020|
|Amsterdam – Lima||Six-weekly Flights||September 10, 2020|
KLM Travel Requirements Amid Covid-19
The passenger must wear a face mask from the first boarding call until you exit the plane to avoid further spread of the virus. They won’t allow you to embark without one. They highly recommend that the passenger must wear a face mask at the rest of the airport. Children and individuals who have medical issues are exempted from this requirement.
Wearing masks is mandatory in public areas at some destinations, including the airport. Passengers aged 13 and above are required to wear a mask at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol at check-in, during security checks, at the gate and in areas where it is not possible to stay 1.5 meters away from other passengers. Assure that you cover your nose, mouth and chin while putting on your mask. To remove your mask, use the loops or links and don’t touch the mask itself. Wash your hands with soap and water, or immediately use hand gel disinfectant.
Precautionary Measure of KLM
In the face of coronavirus, safety is on the top priority for every passenger. KLM has implemented advanced safety measures and social distancing steps to break the chain of Covid-19. Please ensure you follow the directions given to you by the airport staff when you arrive at the airport. They have added floor signs and transparent screens to ensure the social distancing protocol. All seats and self-service kiosks are routinely washed and disinfected. Every day, aircraft have thoroughly disinfected and air inside aircraft is renewed with fresh air drawn in from outside.