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KLM Launches scheduled service to Colombia

July 29, 2014 Aviation No Comments Email Email

KLMKLM Royal Dutch Airlines will expand its long-haul service to South America next year. KLM will launch a new scheduled service to Colombia’s capital, Bogota, and Cali, the country’s third-largest city.

From 31 March 2015, KLM will fly three times a week operating a Boeing 777-200 on flight KL745. The circle flights will start in Amsterdam, stopping in Bogota and Cali, and returning directly to Amsterdam. The service will be part of KLM’s new summer schedule and will operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.


Departure Airport: Arrival Airport:
Amsterdam – 12:30 Bogotá – 16:25
Bogotá – 17:55 Cali -18:55
Cali –  20:35 Amsterdam -14:15

In addition to the new flights, customers can fly to and from Bogota and Cali seven times a week with KLM’s partner Air France via the hub Charles de Gaulle in Paris, or with Copa Airlines via Panama City on KLM’s daily service between Amsterdam and Panama.

The Air France-KLM group offers 15 destinations in Central and South America on departure from Amsterdam-Schiphol and Paris-Charles de Gaulle: Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Panama City, Lima, Buenos Aires, Santiago de Chile and Bogota (by both KLM and Air France), Quito, Guayaquil, Paramaribo and Cali (by KLM) and Brasilia, Caracas, Cayenne and Montevideo (by Air France).

Seat’s selection
To suit its clients’ needs, KLM’s 777-200 offers three classes on board,  35 seats in World Business Class; 249 seats in Economy Class and 34 seats in the Economy Comfort Zone offering 10 cm of extra leg-room, twice the amount of room to lean back, and priority disembarking.

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