KLM to launch flights from Katowice Airport

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has announced the launch of a new, daily route to Poland, which will be available from October 30, 2022. Katowice is the sixth city in Poland – following Warsaw, Kraków, Wrocław, Gdańsk and Poznań – from which KLM will offer direct flights to the Netherlands. Residents of Silesia will gain access to the Dutch carrier’s global network with transfer at KLM’s hub in Amsterdam. With Katowice, the current KLM offer from Poland will comprise 68 flights weekly.

Katowice in the KLM network

From 30 October 2022, KLM will offer daily flights (7 flights weekly) on a new route: Amsterdam (Schiphol) – Katowice Airport – Amsterdam (Schiphol). The aircraft will take off from Katowice Wojciech Korfanty Airport (Pyrzowice) at 16:50, and land in Amsterdam-Schiphol at 18:50. Return flights to Poland are scheduled to take place at the following times: take off from Amsterdam at 14:20 and arrival at Katowice at 16:10.*


Flight No. Route Departure at Arrival at
KL1815 Amsterdam – Katowice 14:20 16:10
KL1816 Katowice – Amsterdam 16:50 18:50

KLM flight from Katowice to Amsterdam

Passengers will travel from Katowice to Amsterdam on an advanced and fuel-saving Embraer E195-E2 aircraft, which, in comparison with previous models, emits 31% less CO2 per passenger, and is 63% quieter.**

Flights will be operated by KLM Cityhopper.

There are 112 seats in the Economy Class and 20 seats in the Business Class, and the flight takes a little less than two hours. The ticket price allows passengers to bring hand luggage on board (up to 12 kg); checked luggage may be subject to charges depending on the chosen travel fare. During the flight, the passengers will be greeted with a small treat included in the price of the ticket.

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