KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will increase the number of flights between Amsterdam and Buenos Aires to five a week.
These flights also proceed from the Argentinian capital to Santiago de Chile, which means KLM has also increased its Buenos Aires to Santiago service with one extra weekly flight.
The new flight to Buenos Aires, which will be operated from 31 October, departs from Amsterdam on Mondays, returning to Amsterdam from Buenos Aires on Tuesdays. With five weekly direct services between the two capitals, KLM increases its seat capacity in both directions by 25%.
KLM and Argentina
Argentina is the world’s second-largest net exporter of agricultural foodstuffs such as wheat, maize, flour and vegetable oils. Over the past six years, KLM has doubled its capacity to South American destinations. KLM also offers excellent connections from South America to China via Amsterdam. More specifically, many thousands of passengers annually travel from Argentina to Fujian province (Xiamen) in China.