AMSTERDAM Dutch flag carrier KLM is rebuilding its network and preparing to offer travelers new destinations. This applies to both business travelers as well as holiday-goers. In the summer of 2019, KLM flew to 92 destinations, but this summer KLM will be offering 96 destinations.

Changes to destinations compared to 2019

Compared to the summer of 2019, a number of changes have been made to the network:

* Växjö (Sweden) is temporarily suspended, and the destinations Marseille and Nantes will once again be operated by Air France from Schiphol.

* Southampton, Poznan, and Cork were added to the network earlier in 2021. In the 2021 summer schedule, KLM will be flying to four new European destinations, of which three are at the peak of the summer season:

  • Belgrade - from 13 May, up to 7 times a week
  • Verona - from 26 June, up to 7 times a week
  • Palma de Mallorca – from 26 June, up to 7 times a week
  • Dubrovnik – from 26 June, up to 7 times a week

Extra capacity to popular destinations

KLM will add flights or deploy larger aircraft to popular destinations like Porto and Ibiza in the months of July and August. Compared to previous years, KLM will deploy relatively more capacity to southern European destinations in Portugal, Spain, Italy, Croatia, and Greece. The expected capacity on the European flights will be 50% to 75%. However, this could still change. Colour codes that apply to the destinations could change, as could the frequency of flights.