With the upcoming easing of travel restrictions to the USA and the Dutch Governments adjusting its quarantine regulations for vaccinated travellers from the USA, KLM is reinstating and adding additional flights to Miami and Las Vegas.
The easing of restrictions prompted KLM’s decision to resume service to Las Vegas and Miami from 7 December. Passengers to these destinations, who were previously rebooked, can contact KLM for a free rebooking to these direct flights.
Planned operations per below:
KL627 DEPART AMS 10:20 ARRIVE MIA 14:20 KL628 DEPART MIA 16:30 ARRIVE AMS 06:50+1 Commences 7th December Operates Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays
KL635 DEPART AMS 12:35 ARRIVE LAS 14:10 KL636 DEPART LAS 15:59 ARRIVE AMS 10:50+1 Commences 7th December Operates Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays
In addition, the winter season continues to be leisure-focused, with four new destinations added to the network. These are
- Cancun (Mexico
- Port of Spain (Trinidad & Tobago)
- Bridgetown (Barbados)
- Mombasa (Kenya).
Building out a network
KLM is still in the process of restoring a global network of destinations as the airline emerges from the coronavirus crisis.
From the start of the coronavirus pandemic, KLM has maintained as much of its network as possible to allow passengers to continue to make (essential) trips and that cargo, including medical goods and vaccines, could be transported.
It seems this has worked out well for KLM, which has allowed the airline to scale up operations.
For passengers who are seeking to travel, as countries open up and harmonise their entry criteria, these North American destinations (as well as return to Europe), it should some options who need some winter sun, or connections to those loved ones who need to return.
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