Friday, February 1, 2008


KLM will be making capacity adjustments with regards to its India operations for the upcoming summer 2008 season. Flights to HYD-Hyderabad will increase from 4 to 5 weekly MD 11s and DEL-Delhi will see a daily B 772ER operation until June 15th. From that date onwards, it will switch to a daily MD 11.

Apart from India, KLM has also announced that it will be upgrading capacity to MNL-Manila by deploying a Boeing 777-300ER on the route flown nonstop from AMS as it seeks to cash in by being the only European airline to offer nonstop flights from the continent to MNL because of Lufthansa withdrawing their MNL service shortly. KL will fly to MNL 3 times a week nonstop from AMS with the B 773ER on WED/FRI/SUN.

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