KLM resumes service to Budapest
Friday 25, June 2010
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will resume own services to Budapest Airport Ferihegy on 29 October 2010.
Budapest was previously served in codeshare with and operated by Malév Hungarian Airlines and from 29 October, KLM will be discontinuing its cooperation with Malév.
KLM will operate itself the new scheduled service using Boeing 737 equipment. With three daily services, the market will be well served for both local and connecting traffic. With the reintroduction of Budapest, KLM now operates flights to 63 medium-haul destinations.
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