Sunday February 23, 2020

KLM launches direct Amsterdam-Dublin route

Flight will ply twice daily and give access to key European hub

21st June, 2016
Warner Rootliep of Air France-KLM. Pic: Maxwells

KLM is to launch a direct twice-daily flight between Dublin and Amsterdam Schiphol.

The route will form part of KLM’s new winter schedule starting on 30 October.

The route will complement KLM’s long-haul network and offer convenient connections to its worldwide network of over 150 destinations such as Johannesburg, Havana, Beijing and Hong Kong.

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