The summer is a popular time for those from the European Netherlands to visit the Caribbean Netherlands, and KLM is adding in extra capacity on its flights to Bonaire to accommodate the additional passengers.
The route between Amsterdam and Bonaire/Aruba will be served with an Airbus 330-200, and will also be flown on Sunday. There will be six weekly flights between Bonaire/Aruba and Amsterdam during the months of summer vacation.
“We are very pleased to deploy additional capacity on this route and hope it shall meet the high demand during the summer holiday period,” says Pieter de Man, Regional General Manager Air France KLM Caribbean and Suriname.
For more information on the exact arrival and departure times or to book tickets, passengers can visit www.klm.com.
On all intercontinental flights, KLM offers flight service with meals, (alcoholic) drinks, snacks, luggage, and personal video entertainment with a selection of over 150 different movies, series/documentaries and music. (Source: KLM)