KLM starts gradual and careful restoration of its European network and makes face masks compulsory on board.
From 4 May, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will gradually begin restoring its European network. The airline will resume daily service to seven extra destinations, which were suspended in compliance with Covid-19-related travel restrictions. The wearing of face masks will be compulsory on all flights across the whole KLM network from 11 May.
Routes will gradually be reopened, but may change weekly, depending on measures being taken by the authorities at the destinations.
KLM’s target for May is the resumption of 15% of its flights, compared to the period before the Covid-19 outbreak. A considerable number of the intercontinental flights are currently being operated on a cargo-only basis
Effective 4 May 2020, KLM will resume service – one daily flight, seven days a week – to the following destinations: