The Dutch royal airline, KLM, will further increase the number of its flights to Asia in the summer schedule. 96 intercontinental and 69 European destinations will be available. In total, there will be 31 flights to Budapest a week.
Flights to Budapest
The airline will fly to Budapest 31 times a week during the summer season, airportal.hu reports. There will be 5 flights between Ferenc Liszt International Airport and Schiphol on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, 4 on Tuesday and Thursday and 3 on Saturday.
With the relaxation of restrictions on the COVID pandemic in Asia, KLM will continue to expand its services there. It will fly to a total of 16 destinations on the continent, double the number of flights last year. Flights to Beijing and Shanghai will operate daily, Hong Kong will reopen three times a week, and Taipei will be accessible via Seoul twice a week.
In North America, 18 destinations will be available. Destinations in the US will include New York, Atlanta, Austin, Washington, Las Vegas, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Flights to Toronto will be expanded to 13 per week, while Edmonton, Montreal and Vancouver will be added to the Canadian network.
KLM has 10 destinations in South America in its network until the end of October. São Paulo, Buenos Aires and Panama City will be served daily, while Costa Rica will be served three times a week until mid-May.
This is also due to the fact that EasyJet suddenly dropped all of it’s AMS-BUD and BUD-AMS flights, late last year.
KLM is the only link between Amsterdam and Budapest, alternative is a side trip to Eindhoven with Wizz…