KLM is coming to Santiago, Chile

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (Amsterdam) will extend the Amsterdam-Buenos Aires route to Santiago, Chile starting on February 2, 2014. The airline issued this statement:

From February 2, 2014, flights will be operated with a Boeing 777-300 (KL 701 and KL 702), with a stop in between in Buenos Aires three times a week on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday from Amsterdam and on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from Santiago.

To suit its clients’ needs, KLM offers 3 classes on board:

  • 35 seats  in World Business Class for 777-300,
  • 350 seats in Economy Class and
  • 40 seats in the Economy Comfort Zone that offers 10 cm extra room for passenger’s legs, twice the lean back of their seats and priority disembarking.

KLM weekly schedules as per February 2, 2014 are:

Winter schedule:

Departure Time Arrival Time
Amsterdam 20:55 Buenos Aires 07:05
Buenos Aires 09:10 Santiago 11:20
Santiago 13:00 Buenos Aires 14:55
Buenos Aires 16:55 Amsterdam 10:15

Summer schedule:

Departure Time Arrival Time
Amsterdam 21:00 Buenos Aires 06:10
Buenos Aires 08:10 Santiago 09:25
Santiago 11:05 Buenos Aires 14:00
Buenos Aires 16:00 Amsterdam 10:20

Copyright Photo: Karl Cornil/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 777-306 ER PH-BVD (msn 35979) painted in the SkyTeam alliance livery arrives back at the AMS hub.

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