KLM W17 Long-Haul service changes as of 31OCT16

KLM in the week of 30OCT16’s OAG Schedules Analyser update extended schedule listing into Northern winter 2017/18 season, currently listed from 29OCT17 to 30NOV17. Preliminary schedule filing sees continues to see gradual Boeing 747 fleet replacement. Based on current listing, the airline’s 747 is set to withdraw from Caribbean service by October 2017, however further changes remain highly possible.

Amsterdam – Atlanta 29OCT17 – 11NOV17 KL623/624 Boeing 787-9 replaces 777-200ER, daily (1 daily each of 777 and 787 during this period)
Amsterdam – Curacao Boeing 777-300ER replaces 747-400, 1 daily
Amsterdam – Delhi Boeing 777-300ER replaces 747-400 (for winter season), 1 daily
Amsterdam – Lima Northern winter 2017/18 service operates with Boeing 777-300ER, replacing 777-200ER/-300ER in NW16, 1 daily
Amsterdam – Nairobi 2 of 7 weekly (Day 14) operates with Boeing 747-400COMBI, replacing -400PAX
Amsterdam – Seoul Incheon Operational aircraft mix from 27MAR17, is maintained on/after 29OCT17: 2 weekly 747-400PAX, 2 weekly 747-400COMBI, 3 weekly 787-9
Amsterdam – Washington Dulles 5 of 7 weekly (Day x57) operates with Boeing 787-9, replacing 777-200ER

Preliminary winter 2017/18 schedule for Boeing 747-400PAX (744) and -400COMBI (74E) as follow:
Amsterdam – Chicago O’Hare 5 weekly 74E
Amsterdam – Hong Kong 1 daily 74E
Amsterdam – Houston 1 daily 74E
Amsterdam – Los Angeles 1 daily 74E
Amsterdam – Mexico City 1 daily 74E
Amsterdam – Nairobi 2 weekly 74E / 5 weekly 744
Amsterdam – New York JFK 5 weekly 74E / 1 weekly 744
Amsterdam – Paramaribo 4 weekly 744
Amsterdam – Seoul Incheon 2 weekly each 744 / 74E
Amsterdam – Toronto 4 weekly 744 / 3 weekly 74E