SCHIPHOL - KLM will fly non-stop to Curaçao from November 1 to the end of January with almost 5,100 seats per week. Two aircraft will be used for this, the Boeing 777-200 with 320 seats and the Boeing 777-300, which can transport 408 passengers.
On the route to Sint Maarten, KLM makes a stopover in Curaçao. That happens with an Airbus 330-200, three times a week. An extra flight will be added between 13 and 20 December. In total, the Airbus can bring 1,048 people to the islands.
Some of the seats (800) have been sold to Corendon, which has purchased a quarter of a million return seats from KLM until 2024.
Christmas and New Year
The number of seats can still vary if the schedule is adjusted or if KLM decides to use other aircraft on the two daily connections.
KLM may also decide to use additional aircraft around Christmas and New Years if demand increases.
Bonaire and Aruba
In the period from November 1, KLM will also fly to Bonaire and Aruba ten times a week, alternating with a Boeing 777-200 or 300. The total capacity to these two destinations is almost 4,000 seats.