KLM stops all flights to China until 15 March


KLM will not be flying to China until 15 March due to the new corona virus. The airline has announced that it will not fly to Beijing and Shanghai until 15 March. Due to the virus’s outbreak, KLM had temporarily suspended flights to China since early February.

From 16 March, KLM will again fly to Beijing and Shanghai, so that there is a daily KLM connection between Amsterdam and the country. Beijing and Shanghai are visited every other day. From March 29, the cities will be operated daily again. Sister company Air France is flying a similar schedule.

The flights to Chengdu, Hangzhou and Xiamen will remain suspended until March 28. KLM says it is closely following the developments of the corona virus outbreak in China and is in close contact with various national and international health and aviation authorities. The rebooking scheme remains in force for customers.

By: Peretz M.

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