From the 30th March, KLM Royal Dutch airlines will launch a new daily service from Cork to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.
Adding an additional 41,000 seats from Cork Airport for the busy summer season, the new Cork – Amsterdam route will be operated by KLM subsidiary, KLM Cityhopper using Embraer 175 and Embraer 190 aircraft, depending on the day of the week.
The launch of the new route is a significant boost for both inbound and outbound tourism for Cork and the greater Munster region, offering connectivity to KLM’s extensive network of 170 destinations worldwide.
This new KLM route is the latest in the Air France-KLM group’s expansion in Munster. Having first launched the Cork Airport – Paris Charles de Gaulle route in May 2018, Air France announced last month that they will operate twice daily for summer 2020.
The KLM launch means that the Group will offer a combined three frequencies and up to 113,000 seats from Cork Airport for the summer season, bolstering ease of travel for local businesses and leisure passengers alike.
Confirmed KLM flight schedule for summer 2020: