KLM will start flights to Cork Airport in August
KLM will start flights to Cork in Ireland in August. The flights are operated with an Embraer 175 Cityhopper. KLM can carry 88 passengers with the Embraer 175 Cityhopper. Of these, 20 seats are in business class, 8 in economy comfort and 60 in economy class.
The flight to Cork Airport will be operated daily from 3 August. KLM flight KL1085 will depart daily at 12:05 and arrive in Cork at 12:55. From Cork, flight KL1086 will depart for Amsterdam Airport at 13:25 and will arrive at 16:10. With the addition of Cork to KLM’s destinations, KLM now has two destinations in Ireland. KLM also flies to Dublin Airport.
Building the network
KLM is working hard to expand and rebuild its network of destinations. The number of KLM destinations is growing rapidly. The frequency of the number of flights is still low, but KLM is doing everything possible to bring this to the old level as soon as possible. Should sales of airline tickets continue to pick up, KLM will use larger aircraft or increase the frequency.
(c) photo: KLM – Embraer Cityhopper