KLM operating almost all intercontinental flights
Wednesday 21, April 2010
Tuesday 20 April, 2010, from 08:00 hours CEST more than 30 intercontinental flights arrived at Schiphol. KLM is also operating all intercontinental flights from Schiphol to all but six destinations. Services to Mexico City, Lima, Osaka, Manilla, Montreal and Entebbe have been cancelled.
On Tuesday more than half of all European KLM flights will be operated and KLM is expecting this to increase in the days ahead. The aim is to operate according to the flight schedule as soon as possible. KLM is also making use of the networks of its SkyTeam partners.
KLM advises passengers to check the KLM website to see whether their flight is due to depart before travelling to Schiphol.
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