Until and including May 3, KLM plans to fly to 25 intercontinental and 32 European destinations. During this period, KLM will fly according to an adjusted schedule, which amounts to about 10 percent of the normal number of flights.
The intercontinental network will be operated with Boeing 777s and 787s.
The following destinations will be offered from March 29, to May 3 (subject to changes): Atlanta, Abu Dhabi/Muscat, Bangkok, Curacao, Delhi, Dubai, Sao Paulo, Hong Kong, Incheon (Seoul), New York JFK, Johannesburg, Kansai (Osaka), Los Angeles, Lima, Mexico City, Nairobi, Narita (Tokyo), Chicago O’Hare, Beijing, Panama City, Shanghai, Singapore, Taipei, Calgary, Toronto.
The routes to Delhi, Dubai, Lima, Nairobi, Beijing and Taipei are subject to very strict travel restrictions and KLM will initially fly with cargo only.
Europe: As many connections as possible
The European network has been set up in such a way that as many European flights as possible connect to the intercontinental network.
The following destinations will be flown daily from Schiphol from March 28 to May 3 (subject to change): Geneva, Vienna, Zurich, Brussels, Paris, Lyon, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart, Berlin, Rome (from 4 April), Stockholm, Billund, Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Oslo, Barcelona, Lisbon, Madrid, Aberdeen, Birmingham, Bristol, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, London City, London Heathrow, Manchester, Newcastle.
The routes to Rome, Barcelona and Madrid are currently subject to very strict travel restrictions and it will be considered at a later stage whether/when these flights can be operated.
Meanwhile, at the request of both crew and passengers, due to the coronavirus, the service on board has been adapted to reduce physical contact. In this way, KLM minimizes contact moments between crew and passengers on both intercontinental and European flights.
Up-to-date flight information can be found on KLM.com or in the KLM app.