Amsterdam,
02
March
2020
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13:50
Europe/Amsterdam

China

Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, KLM has temporarily suspended its flights to mainland China since the beginning of February.

The health of employees and customers is paramount in all KLM decisions. In order to offer customers the best possible network at this time, in addition to the previously announced measures, KLM is adjusting its flight schedule to mainland China as follows:

• The flights to Hong Kong will not be flown daily but every other day from today until May 3.

• Chengdu, Hangzhou and Xiamen will be further suspended until May 3.

The plan is to resume flights to Beijing and Shanghai in April. In this way, KLM customers can still reach other cities via these destinations.

The situation around the coronavirus is constantly changing. Because of the coronavirus and in order to safeguard the health of customers and employees, KLM examines on a daily basis whether adjustments to the network are necessary and what operational measures need to be taken. The current flight information can be found on KLM.com and in the KLM app. KLM keeps a close eye on all developments and is in direct contact with health and aviation authorities.