Home » Aviation » Currently Reading:

KLM and CHINA AIRLINES Expand Cooperation

November 30, 2016 Aviation No Comments Print Print Email Email

The two airlines have agreed to sell tickets on other’s flights between Amsterdam and Taipei via code-sharing and block-space agreements, with each getting a set number of seats to sell on each other’s Amsterdam-Taipei-Amsterdam services, using their own flight number. http://www.tourismthailand.org/landing/landing_en.htmlThis will enable China Airlines to offer its passengers daily service between Taipei and Amsterdam, and will allow KLM to offer 11 weekly roundtrips on this route.

This intensification of cooperation means KLM now offers direct service to eight destinations, with 67 weekly flights between Amsterdam and Greater China, in cooperation with its SkyTeam partner China Airlines as well as its partners in Mainland China, further strengthening Amsterdam’s status as a gateway for passengers from greater China.

Pieter Elbers – KLM President & CEO

The two airlines also agreed to further expand their code-sharing programme beyond their hubs. In addition to existing code-sharing between Taipei and Okinawa, Fukuoka and Singapore-Kaohsiung, KLM will also begin code-sharing on the following routes from 9 January: Taipei-Busan, Taipei-Kaohsiung, Taipei-Nagoya, Taipei-Shizuoka, Taipei-Miyazaki, and Taipei-Takamatsu.

From 9 January 2017, China Airlines will attach its code to KLM’s services between Amsterdam and Paris, Barcelona and Madrid, in addition to the existing codeshares on the Amsterdam-London and Amsterdam-Manchester routes.

Comment on this Article:







Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.

Platinium Partnership

ADVERTISEMENTS

Elite Partnership Sponsors

ADVERTISEMENTS


Premier Partnership Sponsors

ADVERTISEMENTS


Official Media Event Partner

ADVERTISEMENTS

Global Travel media endorses the following travel publication

ADVERTISEMENTS