KLM Dutch Airlines to stop Harare flights

KLM Dutch Airlines to stop Harare flights
Published: 30 July 2014
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has announced plans to stop operating the Amsterdam to Lusaka and Harare route with effect from October this year.

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines began operating the Lusaka route on May 15, 2012 with three weekly flights using Airbus A330-200.

On October 29, 2012, the operation was restructured to serve Harare, Zimbabwe and Lusaka to Amsterdam.

According to a statement issued by KLM official Mary Kamero, the recent optimisations in the airline's network portfolio in East Africa led to the decision to discontinue direct services from Amsterdam to Lusaka and Harare.

"Connections to Europe and the United States remain in combination with KLM's strategic and long-term partner Kenya Airways via Nairobi.

From Nairobi, passengers can choose from services to London Heathrow, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Paris Charles de Gaulle in Kenya Airways' newest equipment including the Dreamliner and with KLM's recently updated World Business Class," Ms Kamero said.
- daily-mail
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