KLM to launch More Flights between Amsterdam and Moscow

Travel News Asia Monday, 20 November 2006

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is to begin operating a second daily roundtrip between Amsterdam and Moscow when the summer schedule commences on Sunday, March 25, 2007. The new flight, KL905, will depart from Amsterdam in the afternoon, returning from the Russian capital as flight KL906 in the early evening, arriving at Schiphol just before 20:00 hrs.

The new flight supplements the two existing codeshare flights that KLM and the Russian carrier Aeroflot already operate on the Amsterdam-Moscow route. The two SkyTeam members initiated codesharing between their Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Moscow Sheremetyevo hubs on November 1, 2006.

KLM currently operates a morning flight, KL903/904, from Amsterdam to Moscow that departs from Schiphol every morning and returns from Moscow Sheremetyevo in the afternoon. At the same time, Aeroflot operates a morning flight from Moscow to Amsterdam. The return flight departs from Schiphol just before noon, arriving at Moscow Sheremetyevo at the end of the afternoon.

The new flight will offer KLM and Aeroflot passengers a third daily codeshare frequency on the Amsterdam-Moscow route as of next summer. 

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