KLM Airlines launches service to Dublin

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By Abraham Jonah, Chief of Middle East Operations

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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has started service to Dublin, Ireland. November 2nd saw the first official flight. The flight received a festive welcome at Dublin Airport. And the aircraft flew Dutch and Irish colours from the cockpit.

Boet Kreiken – Managing Director KLM Cityhopper said “We are proud to be flying to Ireland’s beautiful capital in KLM Cityhopper’s Embraer 190.The addition of Dublin to KLM’s route network is yet another endorsement of continuous investment to best serve the market. Ireland is experiencing a blossoming economy and strong growth in the tourist sector. Besides the Dublin-Amsterdam route, the direct KLM connection offers access to KLM’s European and intercontinental network – and all at attractive prices, and featuring an excellent flight schedule. “

Daily flights to Dublin during the 2016 winter schedule will use an Embraer 190 which seats 100 passengers. Flight KL935 from Amsterdam to Dublin departs at 12.10 PM and arrives at 12.50 PM local time. The return flight, KL936, departs from Dublin at 13.20 and arrives at Schiphol at 15.55. Flight KL939 from Amsterdam will depart at 21.20 and arrive in Dublin at 22.00, local time. Flight KL932 from Dublin will depart at 05.55 and arrive in Amsterdam at 08.30, local time. Starting 26 March, KLM will increase its frequency to Dublin from twice to four times a day.

Dublin is Ireland’s capital and a UNESCO City of Literature. The city is a centre of cultural heritage, art, restaurants and pubs – and all surrounded by natural beauty. What is more, the city is a popular European business location for financial institutions and American technological giants such as Google, Facebook, and Twitter.


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