Three new European destinations will be added to the KLM network from 18 May 2015: Belfast in Northern Ireland, Krakow in Poland and Montpellier in France. All three routes will be served daily from the hub at Amsterdam Schiphol.
Amsterdam-Belfast will be served using a Fokker 70 with departure from Amsterdam at 10.00 and from Belfast at 11.15. In Belfast KLM serves the City Airport, also known as George Best Airport.
Amsterdam-Krakow will be served using an Embraer 190 with departure from Amsterdam at 14.25 and from Krakow at 16.55.
Amsterdam-Montpellier will be served using a Fokker 70 with departure from Amsterdam at 14.40 and from Montpellier at 17.10.
Belfast will be the 14th destination in the United Kingdom and the first in Northern Ireland. KLM will operate at George Best Belfast City Airport. Krakow will be the second destination in Poland after Warsaw. Montpellier is already served by Air France from both Paris CDG and Paris Orly but is a new destination for KLM. It will be the sixth destination for KLM in France.
“Our aim is to develop our medium haul network on a continuous basis. By the opening of these three new routes, we can offer more destinations to our customers while we also expand the hub function of Amsterdam”, explains Pieter Elbers, CEO and President of KLM.