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KLM to increase flights to India, takes over Jet's slots at Amsterdam

KLM to start flights on Bengaluru-Amsterdam route from October 31

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Aneesh Phadnis
KLM is increasing its flights to India and taking over slots it gave to Jet Airways at Amsterdam airport. Jet, which operated four daily flights from Amsterdam (Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru and Toronto), suspended operations on April 17. KLM is stepping in to fill up the capacity void caused by Jet’s grounding.  From October end, the Dutch airline will launch thrice-weekly service from Amsterdam to Bengaluru and operate daily flight to Mumbai. Currently, it has a daily flight to Delhi and thrice-weekly service to Mumbai. “The thrice-weekly connection from Bengaluru will open up more opportunities for travel from India with easy

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First Published: May 29 2019 | 11:53 PM IST

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