Whilst networks are recovering, there is always a chance to create new connectivity. KLM is doing this, with the launch of a new service to Poznan in Poland.
This will be KLM’s fifth destination in Poland, allowing KLM to strengthen its position on the Polish market and absorbs the drop in demand on other routes in Europe.
The planed operation is as follows:
- KL1273 departs from Schiphol at 14.40 hrs and lands in Poznan at 16.20 hrs.
- KL1274 departs from Poznan at 16.50 hours and lands at Schiphol at 18.35 hours.
The routes will commence on 25th October 2020. It will utilise an Embraer 175, configured one a two-class setup of:
- 20 business class seats
- 68 economy class seats
The aircraft is configured in a 2-2 seating throughout (as normal for most euro-configurations of Embraer 175).
As well as the upcoming Poznan destination, KLM serves Gdansk, Krakow, Warsaw and Wroclaw, giving the airline greater coverage in the area, and also allowing passengers onwards connections as needed.
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