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You can soon travel to Amsterdam from Bengaluru

If you are planning a visit to Europe, then fret not for multiple layovers as Dutch airline KLM-Air France has announced that they will soon resume the flights from Bengaluru starting May 25th.

The route was previously launched in October 2019, however, it was suspended due to covid19.

As per the airline statement, there will be three flights per week from Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru to Amsterdam Schiphol, this offers direct flights to Amsterdam and access to destinations across the globe.

As per the reports,  flight KL880 will operate from Bengaluru on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday where the flight will depart at 0600hrs and reach Amsterdam the next day at 1230hrs. Likewise, the flight KL879 will leave for Bengaluru at 1400hrs and will reach Bengaluru around 0310hrs.

KLM will be increasing the frequency of Mumbai – Amsterdam daily flights starting from May 23. Plus, Air France and KLM’s combined operations will increase from India to 35 weekly flights by the end of May.

As part of Air France and KLM’s commercial policy, tickets that were issued on or after March 1, 2022, are 100 per cent changeable.

These flights will offer travellers to travel from four Indian cities including Chennai, Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Delhi, with ease of connecting to destinations across the globe.

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