The Dutch airline, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, has reduced the number of weekly flights on their schedule between Amsterdam and Zagreb.
The Dutch KLM, a member of the OneWorld alliance, has reduced the number of weekly flights between Amsterdam and Zagreb. Until January 10 this year, KLM operated twice a day arriving in Zagreb in the afternoon and evening, reports Croatian Aviation.
However, due to reduced demand, KLM has cancelled certain evening flights to Zagreb, which depart from Zagreb to Amsterdam at 6:00 am the next day.
Namely, until the end of January, KLM will operate from Amsterdam to Zagreb, in the evening schedule, instead of daily, three times a week, on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, while afternoon flights between the two cities remain on a daily basis. This means that in total, on a weekly basis, until the end of January, this well-known airline will have 10 flights between the capitals of the Netherlands and Croatia.
According to the schedule, KLM should operate 14 times a week or twice a day between Amsterdam and Zagreb at the beginning of February, but the realization of flights will depend exclusively on passenger demand, which is still determined by the global pandemic and passenger restrictions in Europe.