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Airline company KLM announces unchanged flight operations to Belgrade

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The Dutch national airline company KLM announced today that it will not reduce the number of weekly flights from Amsterdam to Belgrade. During the summer flight schedule, which starts on March 31 and lasts until October 26, KLM will have two daily flights on the Belgrade – Amsterdam route.

The government of the Netherlands recently decided to suspend the provision of imposing restrictions at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, which influenced the number of flights to many destinations, including Belgrade, to remain unchanged.

Until October 26, KLM will fly to 155 destinations, covering 92 European and 63 intercontinental destinations, with a passenger capacity increase of seven percent.

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Carefully monitoring the security situation in Israel, this airline will resume daily flights to Tel Aviv from April 1, with a stop in Larnaca, Cyprus.

The number of flights to North American destinations is currently higher than what KLM had in the record-breaking successful year of 2019. Regarding other intercontinental destinations, the Dutch airline is increasing flight frequency to Jakarta, Denpasar, Taipei, Hong Kong, Montreal, Toronto, and Los Angeles. Flight frequency during the summer flight schedule will also be increased for numerous European destinations: Billund (Denmark), Stavanger (Norway), Edinburgh, Newcastle, Glasgow, Southampton in the United Kingdom, Krakow, Gdansk, and Wroclaw in Poland, as well as for Prague in the Czech Republic and Bologna, Florence, and Genoa in Italy. – stated in KLM’s announcement.

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