KLM Resumes Amsterdam - Dallas/Fort Worth Flights

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 2 May 2012

KLM has resumed direct service between Amsterdam and Dallas/Fort Worth but will only operate the route during the summer season, up to and including Saturday, 27 October 2012.

KLM is delighted that it can once again offer its customers direct flights to and from this important business and leisure destination this summer, said KLM President & CEO KLM Peter Hartman. With the resumption of service to Dallas/Fort Worth, KLM and Delta now operate twenty direct services between Amsterdam and North American cities.

The Amsterdam-Dallas/Fort Worth service will be operated five times a week, using an Airbus A330-200.

Flight KL669 departs from Amsterdam at 10:30 CET and arrives in Dallas/Fort Worth at 13:50 LT. The return flight, KL670, leaves Dallas/Fort Worth 15:45 LT and arrives in Amsterdam at 08:00 the next day.

KLM first began operating scheduled service to Dallas/Fort Worth in March 2008. During the past winter, KLM and its Transatlantic Joint Venture partner Delta Air Lines decided that this route would only be served in summer. The key reasons being fluctuating seasonal demand and industry-wide overcapacity in the transatlantic market.

Flying Blue members who book travel to Dallas/Fort Worth in May and June will earn double FB miles.

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