Adapted KLM flight schedules announced

Posted on 18 January 2021

KLM recently announced that they will make changes to their flight schedules between the Netherlands and South Africa due to new regulations released by the Dutch Government.

KLM has now confirmed it will operate four flights per week from Johannesburg to Amsterdam and three flights per week from Cape Town to Amsterdam, with a technical stop in Dar es Salaam. Passengers will remain on board during this stop. All flights are confirmed to operate.

‘KLM is committed to working within the rules and regulations imposed during the pandemic, and the health and safety of our passengers remains our number one priority,’ the airline said on Facebook.

Air France schedules have not been affected by these new regulations, and will continue to operate three times per week between Johannesburg and Paris.

As a reminder, passengers flying from South Africa travelling to the Netherlands or transiting in the Netherlands are now required to produce a negative rapid antigen test which must be taken 4 hours prior to departure.

This antigen test can be taken at Cape Town International or O.R Tambo International airports where facilities are being arranged. This antigen test is in addition to the mandatory negative PCR test valid 72 hours prior to arrival in the Netherlands and the completed and signed Negative Test Declaration here:

Also read:

List of countries that won’t allow South Africans in

Picture: KLM


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