Our member KLM’s new winter schedule goes into effect on October 31st
KLM’s new winter schedule goes into effect on October 31, 2021 and is valid until March 26, 2022. As more and more travel restrictions are eased, KLM will be able to increase capacity again this winter and, as a result, plans to operate direct flights from Amsterdam to 162 different destinations, 72 intercontinental and 90 within Europe.
Offer in Portugal: +17% compared to 2019
KLM will start the 2021 winter season by operating 12 weekly flights between Lisbon and Amsterdam and 14 weekly flights between Porto and Amsterdam. This means an increase of +17% in the offer in the winter of 2021 compared to the pre-pandemic offer in the same period of 2019. This offer is complemented by that of its French partner, Air France, which offers routes between Paris-CDG and 3 airports Portuguese (Lisbon, Porto and Faro, now also in winter).
Where can I fly tool
KLM appreciates how difficult it can be to plan a trip during the Covid-19 pandemic. Travel rules and restrictions are changing constantly and vary from country to country, making it more important than ever for travellers to have the most up-to-date information when planning a journey. That is why KLM is offering an interactive “Where can I fly to?” map showing current travel requirements for every country in KLM’s network. The map displays travel requirements based on travellers’ country of departure and vaccination status, so they can choose their next destination at a glance.
In addition to this service, KLM advises Dutch travellers to consult www.wijsopreis.nl for up-to-date travel advisories issued by the Dutch government.
“After more than 18 months, more and more borders are reopening and we are well on the road to recovery. KLM is delighted that we can once again offer passengers so many destinations. We look forward to doing what we do best: bringing people together. Travel is all about personal connections, and that’s what KLM stands for!”