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KLM resumes service to Aruba

18th January 2010 Print

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will resume its service between Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Aruba Airport Reina Beatrix on 1 February 2010. The twice weekly service will be operated in combination with the existing Curacao service.

KLM suspended this service on 29 March 2009. In response to growing demand on this route, KLM has decided to resume flights between Amsterdam and Aruba. The service will be operated using Boeing 747-400 equipment. KLM and Martinair both operate services to this destination.

“We have seen that customers would like the option of a business class product on flights to and from Aruba. To meet the different demands of our passengers we will operate KLM flights alongside the Martinair service on this route,” explains Peter Hartman, KLM President & CEO.

The flight, number KL0783, will depart from Amsterdam on Mondays and Thursdays at 09:35 hours and will arrive in Aruba at 14.15 hours on the same day. The return flight with the same flight number will depart from Aruba on Mondays and Thursdays at 15:25 hours, arriving in Amsterdam the next day at 08:00 hours.