KLM adds Belgrade to its network

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KLM adds Belgrade to its network

The oldest airline in the World, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, announced returning to the Serbian capital after 30 years hiatus.

Objavljeno:25. 2. 2021.|18:42 » 18:53Autor: Tagovi:, , |

BELGRADE, 25 February 2021 – From 13 May 2021, Serbia’s capital will be served three times per week (Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday) with a direct KLM flight from Amsterdam.

KLM offers customers from Serbia a convenient connection to the Netherlands and many destinations in the world. The flights will be operated using Embraer 190 equipment with 20 seats in Business Class and 80 seats in Economy class.

From 11 June 2021, KLM plans to increase the number of flights to a daily frequency.




The flight schedule will be as follows:

  • KL 1905 will depart from Amsterdam at 9.40 and arrive in Belgrade at 12.05.
  • KL 1906 will depart from Belgrade at 12.45 and arrive in Amsterdam at 15.25.

For passengers travelling to Amsterdam from high-risk areas, antigen tests are required by the Dutch government, in addition to the already existing PCR test requirement. For up-to-date pre-travel information KLM recommends using the https://klm.traveldoc.aero/ website.


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