This summer, the Dutch airline KLM will increase its flights to China from Netherlands by resuming service to Beijing and enhancing frequency to Shanghai.
Since July 2020, KLM has been flying three times a week to Shanghai from its base in Amsterdam via the Seoul Incheon base of SkyTeam partner Korean Air.
Plans to increase the Shanghai frequency and relaunch Beijing have now been made clear. Starting on March 26th, it will run six times a week between the two Chinese cities, escalating to daily service in May.
Due to the high demand from business travelers, the Chinese market is significant to the KLM network, the airline claims.
Prior to the epidemic, the SkyTeam airline flew to five destinations in mainland China: Chengdu, Hangzhou, Xiamen, Beijing, and Shanghai.