What Long Haul Destinations Is KLM Flying To This Winter?

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For the winter timetable 2020/2021, a number of changes will be made to KLM ‘s intercontinental network. These changes relate to the period from October 25, 2020 to March 27, 2021. Of course, further changes could still be made before October.

KLM Winter timetable 2020/2021

A number of things will change during the winter timetable, usually relating to the aircraft that KLM uses. This is the full overview:

  • Accra –  B777-300ER will be used on one of the weekly flights instead of a B777-200ER. From December 1, a B777-300ER will be in daily use.
  • Atlanta – A B787-9 will be deployed on a number of days between October 15 and December 7
  • Bangalore – six weekly flights instead of three
  • Cape Town – A mix of a B777-200ER and B777-300ER will be deployed
  • Chicago – There will be a daily flight instead of five times a week. Until December 6, a B787-10 will be used instead of a B787-9
  • Curaçao – A B777-300ER is used instead of the B787-10 Dreamliner
  • Delhi – Until January 3, a B787-9 will be deployed on Saturdays instead of the B787-10
  • Dubai – All flights are operated with a B787-10
  • Havana – Tickets for this destination cannot be booked
  • Johannesburg – daily flight with a B777-300ER
  • Kigali – Entebbe – An A330-300 will be deployed until December 13
  • Lagos – A mix of A330-200 / 300 and B777-200ER will be deployed
  • Los Angeles – A mix of a B777-200ER / 300ER and B787-9 / B787 / 10 will be used
  • Mexico – A daily flight with a B787-9
  • Mumbai – A B787-9 instead of a B787-10 on select days between October 25 and November 23, and November 27 and December 7
  • New York – Two daily flights with an A330-300, B777-300ER, B787-9 or B787-10
  • Osaka – A mix of a B777-200ER and B787-9 will be deployed
  • Paramaribo – Instead of a B747, a B787-10 will be used
  • Rio de Janeiro – Until January 1, a B777-200ER will be deployed on Mondays and Fridays instead of the B787-9
  • Riyadh – Dammam – An A330-300 will be used instead of the A330-200
  • Taipei – Manila – A B777-300ER will be deployed daily from December 8
  • Tokyo Narita – From January 3, three out of seven flights will be operated with a B787-9 instead of a B777-200ER
  • Vancouver – The A330-300 will be deployed in place of an A330-200
  • Washington Dulles – The B787-9 will replace the A330-300 several days of the week.

In addition it appears that KLM will continue to fly to a number of destinations in Asia, via Bangkok, until the beginning of December. The routes look like this:

  • Amsterdam – Bangkok – Jakarta, 3 weekly, 777-200ER
  • Amsterdam – Bangkok – Kuala Lumpur, 3 weekly, 777-200ER (1 daily 777-200ER/-300ER from 07DEC20)
  • Amsterdam – Bangkok – Manila, 4 weekly, 777-200ER/-300ER
  • Amsterdam – Bangkok – Taipei Taoyuan, 4 weekly, 777-300ER
  • Amsterdam – Singapore – Denpasar, 4 weekly, 777-300ER
  • Amsterdam – Singapore – Jakarta, 3 weekly, 777-300ER
  • Amsterdam – Taipei Taoyuan – Manila, 1 daily, 777-300ER

These destinations and frequencies can change, which is why it is always good to check the latest status with the airline you are travelling with. You can easily do this with KLM’s flight status checker. Passengers are themselves responsible for taking note of local travel and entry restrictions.

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