KLM to Increase Flights Between Amsterdam and Kuala Lumpur

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 6 June 2012

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is to increase the number of flights between Amsterdam and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Effective from 29 October, KLM will add three weekly flights between Kuala Lumpur and Amsterdam, taking the number of weekly services on the route to ten.

The extra flights, part of the airlines northern winter schedule, take to 68 the number of weekly connections KLM offers from Australia to Europe through a codeshare partnership with Malaysia Airlines.

By introducing additional flights, KLM will give Australian business and leisure travellers more opportunities to connect to our worldwide network, said Tom Reeves, Regional Manager Australia and New Zealand, Air France / KLM. Flying with our codeshare partner, Malaysia Airlines, passengers can travel from five major Australian cities Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth - to Kuala Lumpur, where they can connect with our onward flights.

The three new flights between Kuala Lumpur and Amsterdam will depart every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at 09:50, arriving in Amsterdam at 15:20.

The additional flights from Amsterdam will depart at 12:35 every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, arriving back in Kuala Lumpur at 07:20 the next day, to connect with onward flights to Australia.

KLM operates a combination of Boeing 777-200 and Boeing 747-400 aircraft between Kuala Lumpur and Amsterdam.

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