KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, the flag carrier airline of the Netherlands on Wednesday announced that it will resume operations on its Bengaluru-Amsterdam route from May 25. As per the details shared by the airline, It will operate 3 flights per week between Bengaluru And Amsterdam.
It’s worth noting that the Bengaluru-Amsterdam route was launched in October 2019 but had to be briefly halted due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
In addition, beginning May 23, the airline would increase the frequency of Mumbai–Amsterdam flights from five weekly to daily.
The wait is over as @KLM returns to Bengaluru after 2 years.
Explore Amsterdam and beyond!
Thrice weekly flights starting 25th May 2022.
Book now https://t.co/O7V7L1tOka pic.twitter.com/jWpOyixmSB— KLM India (@KLMIndia) April 7, 2022Advertisement
AF-KLM said in a statement said;
“Air France and KLM’s combined operations from India will increase to 35 weekly flights by the end of May. Customers will have the option to fly from four cities in India (Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi and Mumbai) and connect with ease to destinations across the global network.”
“This significant increase, above pre-pandemic level demonstrates the focus and importance of India for Air France-KLM’s network.”