KLM to fly to Curaçao eleven times a week in winter

SCHIPHOL - As KLM announces its flight schedule for the upcoming winter season, one thing stands out: the airline will maintain its daily flights to Curaçao and increase the frequency during peak periods such as Christmas and spring break to eleven flights per week. 


Aruba and Bonaire will also be served daily with the Airbus A330-200 or A330-300. Sint Maarten, in combination with Port of Spain in Trinidad and Tobago, can expect three to four flights per week. 


The overall winter schedule shows a slight reduction worldwide with six fewer destinations than last year, with the discontinuation of destinations such as Barbados, Kuwait, Bahrain, and Muscat being particularly notable. These changes are not the result of the upcoming reduction at Schiphol, which will only take effect after the winter. 


Another noteworthy update is the completion of the fleet transformation of the 777-300 aircraft with the new World Business Class seats and Premium Comfort. KLM announces that after this update, the 777-200 aircraft will undergo the same transformation.