The Dutch national airline, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, will soon conclude its summer flight schedule and suspend traffic to the Adriatic airports - Split and Dubrovnik, reports Croatian Aviation.
The Dutch national airline has been operating between Split and Amsterdam since the beginning of the summer flight schedule, and in the peak season it operated as many as three times a day on this route!
KLM also has a significant number of weekly rotations between Amsterdam and Split in October, two flights a day are still available and B737-800 and B737-700 aircraft operate on the route. This will be the case until October 30, when KLM will conclude operations towards Split Airport in this year's summer flight schedule.
But KLM will not wait for the next summer season to return to Split. Just like last winter, the Dutch airline will briefly establish a line between Amsterdam and Split, at a time of greatest demand - around Christmas and New Year.
KLM has only resumed traffic to Dubrovnik Airport this summer, so, as expected, there are no announced flights between Amsterdam and Dubrovnik in the upcoming winter flight schedule.
KLM continues to operate twice a day towards Zagreb, which is also the only year-round route of the Dutch airline to Croatia. After 8 return flights to Split in December and January, this carrier will not return to Split until the end of April next year.