Thanks to the recently announced easing of travel restrictions, KLM will still be able to offer additional seats in the United States this winter. The United States recently announced that it would re-admit vaccinated travelers from the European Union and the United Kingdom from early November. The Dutch government has decided to remove the previous isolation duty for vaccinated travelers from the United States. KLM was previously forced to cancel flights due to this.
The recent openings mean that KLM has decided to offer flights to Las Vegas and Miami from December 7th. Reserved passengers can get a direct flight for free by contacting KLM. In addition, KLM announced earlier this winter that it will expand its network with new locations such as Cancún, Port of Spain, Bridgetown and Mombasa.
The global target network is central to KLM’s strategy to emerge stronger and more competitive from the corona crisis. KLM has been maintaining this network as much as possible since the onset of the Govit-19 epidemic. This allowed customers to make (necessary) trips and continue to transport cargo such as medical equipment and vaccines. This strategy helped KLM during the Corona crisis. It now makes it easier to re-measure. KLM continues to emphasize consistency in its travel restrictions policy.
KLM Flight Schedules for Miami and Las Vegas are as follows:
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