KLM starts flights to Riyadh in Saudi Arabia
KLM will start flights to Riyadh in Saudi Arabia at the end of September. The first flight will be operated on 28 September and KLM will fly to Riyadh 4 times a week. During the return flight from Riyadh to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol there will be a stopover in Dammam. The flight between Amsterdam and Riyadh will be operated on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. KLM wil use the Airbus A330 (see photo) for this flight. This aircraft can accommodate 264 passengers. Of these, 18 seats are available in Business Class and 246 in Economy Class.
Flights to Muscat
While announcing their new destination Riyadh, KLM also announced that they will fly to Muscat (Oman) from 3 August in combination with Abu Dhabi. This flight will be operated 3 times a week and will be flown with a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. This aircraft can accommodate 294 passengers. Of these, 30 seats are available for Business Class and 264 seats in Economy Class. At the end of September, KLM will also resume flights to Kuwait and Bahrain. These two destinations will be flown in 3 times a week.
(c) Photo: KLM – Airbus A330