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KLM’s Asia and Middle East network is now mostly restored

Amsterdam-based KLM has announced that its Asia and Middle East network is now mostly restored compared to 2019. While frequencies will be less than compared to 2019, the airline will be back flying to almost all the destinations that it served before the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Weekly Roundup of News: May 30, 2021

Qatar Airways boosts Miami flights just in time for busy summer season Starting 12th June 2021, the flag carrier of Qatar will fly 3-times-a-week with its Boeing B777 aircraft. Read the full story here Disneyland Paris all set to reopen for visitors on 17th June Kids now have a new holiday to look forward to […]

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KLM announces six new Intercontinental routes for winter

Amsterdam-based KLM Airlines has announced six new Intercontinental routes for the coming winter season across the United States, Kenya, Mexico, Thailand, Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago.

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KLM reaches crew testing protocols for allowance of long-haul flights

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will keep running long-haul international services following the agreements reached with the Dutch government regarding testing requirements.

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KLM to temporarily suspend intercontinental flights

Starting today, KLM will halt all intercontinental flights and some of its European services.

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Hong Kong increases arrivals quarantine to 3 weeks

The government of Hong Kong has tightened measures for passengers arriving from outside of China.

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Delta operates its 1st quarantine free flight

Delta Airlines on Tuesday operated its 1st quarantine free flight to Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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KLM to finally launch premium economy

KLM will launch a premium economy product but not until 2022.

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KLM announces resumption of flights to Nigeria

Minister of Aviation Hadi Sirika confirmed the news with a tweet stating that Air France and Lufthansa have also been given the go-ahead to resume flights to Nigeria.