According to news from Budapest Airport, Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM) will increase flight frequency for at the airport to 27 flights weekly. Starting on April 28th of the coming year, KLM will operate between Amsterdam and Budapest four times daily.
Capacity for these flights was already increased earlier this year by converting the route’s aircraft from the Boeing 737-800 to the newer Boeing 737-900, with 189 seats. According to the news, the flights will depart Budapest for Amsterdam at 06:25, 12:25, 17:10 and 19:40.
Readers can connect with KLM via their website here, or their Facebook profile here. The KLM Group carried 25.2 million passengers and 484.100 tonnes of freight in 2011. The airline had income of some €6.985 million euros.