Saturday, October 24, 2009


KLM has officially confirmed that for the entire IATA Winter 09-10 season, it will be reducing its flights to GRU-Sao Paulo, Brazil. Currently, it flies the route on a daily basis nonstop using a B 777-200ER however that will be reduced to 6 times per week nonstop using a B 773ER three times per week + a B 772ER three times per week each respectively.

It has also officially revealed major capacity and frequency changes for its Summer 2010 long haul network. The changes come into effect from March 29th 2010 and the main highlights are as follows:

- frequencies increased from 5 to 6 weekly nonstop flights using a MD11.

- frequencies reduced from 12 to 10 weekly nonstop flights using a B 772ER.

- capacity increased from daily B 772ERs to 3 weekly B 773ERs + 4 weekly B 772ERs.

SFO - capacity reduced from daily B 744s to 4 weekly B 773ERs + 3 weekly B 772ERs.

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