KLM to fly to 95 per cent of European destinations by August

KLM has outlined plans to increase its European and intercontinental services over the next few months. The carrier said that its flights operations had come “to a virtual standstill” in April as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
A rebuilding of the airline’s network in now underway, with the aim of operating 5,000 European flights in July, rising to 11,000 in August. This compares to just 1,116 European flights which took place in April.
Intercontinental resumptions will be more gradual, with a forecasted 1,900 flights in July and 2,100 in August (compared with 612 in April).

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