KLM: 163 destinations from Sunday, start of summer timetable

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KLM will fly to 163 destinations on the new summer schedule from next Sunday. The Dutch carrier, partner of Air France at Skyteam, is notably extending its Asian network, doubling the number of flights to Asia compared to 2022


As far as France is concerned, KLM is adding Nantes to the summer timetable as well, following the success of the winter schedule. From the start of the summer timetable, a daily connection will be available to Rennes, linking Brittany to Amsterdam.

Strong growth in Asia, where the company will serve 16 destinations, doubling the number of flights to the region compared to 2022. In addition to daily flights to Beijing and Shanghai, the company will again operate three times a week to Hong Kong and twice a week Taipei via Incheon (South Korea).

In Japan, KLM offers a twice-weekly service to Osaka via Incheon (South Korea) and three weekly flights to Tokyo Narita Airport, also via Incheon, as well as a twice-weekly non-stop service to Tokyo. The frequency on this route will increase in September to five direct flights per week to Tokyo.

KLM also serves the Indonesian destinations of Denpasar and Jakarta via Singapore. Manila (Philippines) is served five times a week via Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia). In India, there is a daily service to Delhi and Mumbai and five weekly flights to Bangalore.

North America

The company serves 18 North American destinations, including New York, Atlanta, Austin, Washington, Las Vegas, San Francisco and Los Angeles. The network will expand this summer to include 13 weekly flights to Toronto in Canada, up from 10 flights in 2022. KLM also serves the Canadian cities of Edmonton, Montreal and Vancouver.

Middle East

In the Middle East, there will be a daily service to Dubai and Tel Aviv (Israel), as well as a daily flight to Kuwait, four times a week in combination with Bahrain and three times a week in combination with Muscat (Oman) .

Guyana and the Netherlands Antilles

Ten weekly flights in high season to Curaçao. Caribbean coverage will also be provided with one daily flight to the islands of Aruba and Bonaire, six weekly flights to Paramaribo and three weekly services to Port of Spain and Sint Maarten.

Latin America

10 destinations will be served in South America, including daily flights to Sao Paulo (Brazil), Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Panama City (Panama). Flights to Costa Rica will operate on their winter schedule until mid-May, with three weekly flights to San José in combination with Liberia (Costa Rica).


KLM also operates ten African destinations: Zanzibar will be served by two weekly flights in combination with Dar es Salaam in Tanzania and daily services will be active to Nairobi, Cape Town and Johannesburg.

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