KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has announced that it will expand its medium-haul network with three new destinations from Amsterdam. The national carrier of the Netherlands will launch a new scheduled service to Belfast, Northern Ireland; Krakow, Poland; and Montpellier, France.
“By the opening of these three new routes, we can offer more destinations to our customers while we also expand the hub function of Amsterdam,” said Pieter Elbers, KLM President & CEO.
According to an announcement, Belfast will be the first city in Northern Ireland which is directly served by KLM and the 14th destination within the United Kingdom. KLM will operate on George Best Belfast City Airport.
In addition, next to Warsaw, Krakow will be the second destination within Poland directly served by KLM while Montpellier will be the sixth destination within France that is directly served by the Dutch carrier. Air France is already operating into Montpellier out of both Parisian airports, Charles de Gaulle and Orly.
Schedules of new destinations (local time)
Departing Amsterdam 10:00 – Arriving in Belfast 10:40
Departing Belfast 11:15 – Arriving in Amsterdam 13:50
Departing Amsterdam 14:25 – Arriving in Krakow 16:20
Departing Krakow 16:55 – Arriving in Amsterdam 18:55
Departing Amsterdam 14:40 – Arriving in Montpellier 16:35
Departing Montpellier 17:10 – Arriving in Amsterdam 19:10