KLM Resumes Flights To St. Maarten:
The Royal Dutch Airline KLM resumed scheduled service to Princess Juliana International Airport SXM to St. Maarten. It will follow the passage of Hurricanes Irma and Maria which severely damaged the Airport facilities in September.
The Airport Chief Operations Officer Michel Hyman said: “Although the Dutch national carrier had postponed this flight from an earlier date, it still came almost as a St. Maarten Day gift.”
He also added “We are very happy to welcome KLM back direct from Amsterdam. Slowly but surely, as our recovery progresses, we look forward to continuing the very positive partnership we have enjoyed through the years with the airline and all the others too.”
KLM Launches Flights To Costa Rica:
This airline has also officially launched a new direct flight from Amsterdam to San Jose, Costa Rica.
- The airline is operating the flights 2 times in a week throughout the winter season.
- The 3rd weekly service or flight will be started from the end of January to the end of March.
- The airline will operate the San Jose flights on Boeing 787-900 aircraft with 294 seats.
The first time the airline had started its service and flights to Costa Rica in 1998. So, you can say that this the major return for KLM.
The EVP for customer experience at KLM Boet Kreiken said, “Our primary aim is to offer our passengers access to unique experiences. We are therefore very proud to be able to operate flights to this wonderful destination once more.”
KLM airline said it was introducing the service “responding to growing passenger demand.”
Kreiken also remarks that “Costa Rica is renowned for its breathtaking nature and attracts many tourists every year. For our business passengers, Costa Rica is interesting as the market full of possibilities.”