KLM S19 long-haul changes as of 26DEC18

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines earlier this month filed additional changes to its summer 2019 long-haul network, effective 31MAR19. Latest adjustment as follows.

Amsterdam – Accra Revised 777-300ER operation from 3 weekly to following (Overall 7 weekly):
02APR19 – 10MAY19 Day x246
11MAY19 – 09JUN19 Day x24
10JUN19 – 26OCT19 Day x246

Amsterdam – Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Santiago de Chile 787-9 gradually replaces 777-300ER, 6 weekly:
05MAY19 – 02JUN19 77W Day 135 (from AMS) 789 Day 247 (from AMS)
03JUN19 – 26OCT19 789 6 weekly

Amsterdam – Chicago O’Hare Planned 787-9 (3-4 weekly) service cancelled. 747-400COMBI/777-200ER continues operating 7 weekly
Amsterdam – Houston 777-200ER replaces 787-9 during following period:
04JUL19 – 29SEP19 Day 47
01OCT19 – 25OCT19 Day x136

Amsterdam – Los Angeles eff 31MAR19 KL603/604 787-9 operation increases from 2 to 3-4 weekly, replacing 777-200ER
Amsterdam – Minneapolis/St. Paul eff 29SEP19 787-9 replaces A330-200/-300, 4 weekly
Amsterdam – Osaka Kansai eff 31MAR19 777-200ER operates 7 weekly, replacing 777-200ER/787-9
Amsterdam – Rio de Janeiro Galeao eff 31MAR19 787-9 operates daily (Previously plan: 777-200ER operates 3 of 7 weekly from 29SEP19)
Amsterdam – Sao Paulo Guarulhos eff 31MAR19 5 weekly 777-300ER and 2 weekly -200ER maintained. Previously planned 787-9 service removed
Amsterdam – Taipei Taoyuan – Manila eff 06JUL19 777-300ER continues to operate 3 weekly, instead of previously planned 2 (Remaining 4 weekly continues to be served by -200ER)
Amsterdam – Vancouver 777-300ER replaces -200ER during following (Overall 7 weekly):
07MAY19 – 03JUN19 Day 247
04JUN19 – 25OCT19 Day x135

Amsterdam – Washington Dulles 31MAR19 – 30JUN19 777-200ER operates daily, instead of 6 weekly 777 and 1 weekly 787-9

Previously reported changes:
Amsterdam – Abu Dhabi eff 01JUN19 5 weekly service operated by A330-200, instead of A330-200/-300 mix
Amsterdam – Bogota – Cartagena – Amsterdam eff 03JUL19 Increase from 4 to 5 weekly, subject to Government Approval. 787-9 operating
Amsterdam – Boston eff 31MAR19 3 weekly A330-300 (4 weekly from 01JUL19), service resumption since June 1994
Amsterdam – Calgary A330-300 operates 1 daily for entire summer
Amsterdam – Dubai eff 03JUL19 787-10 operates 3 of 7 weekly (5 from 01OCT19), replacing 777-200ER
Amsterdam – Fortaleza eff 02APR19 Increase from 3 to 4 weekly, A330-200 operating (except 29MAY19 – 01JUL19)
Amsterdam – Hong Kong
eff 31MAR19 777-200ER service increases from 3 to 4 weekly, 747-400COMBI reduced from 4 to 3 weekly
Amsterdam – Kilimanjaro – Dar es Salaam – Amsterdam 4 of 7 weekly 777-200ER service (remaining 3 weekly with -300ER) to be replaced by following:
03JUN19 – 29JUN19 787-9
eff 01JUL19 787-10

Amsterdam – Las Vegas eff 06JUN19 New 2 weekly 787-9 service (Day 47), increasing to 3 weekly from 02JUL19
Amsterdam – St. Maarten – Curacao – Amsterdam Frequency revision
31MAR19 – 03JUL19 2 weekly A330-200
eff 05JUL19 3 weekly A330-200

Amsterdam – Tokyo Narita
eff 01APR19 Increase from 7 to 10 weekly, additional service operated by 787-9
Amsterdam – Toronto eff 29SEP19 787-10 to operate this route 5 times a week


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