KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has once again opened its line to European travellers going to the United States, provided they are vaccinated and have a negative PCR test. Passengers have access to 64 weekly flights to 11 destinations. This means that KLM has continued the service to all destinations to which it flew directly during the winter before the outbreak of coronary virus. These include Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, Atlanta, Miami, Las Vegas, New York, Washington, Minneapolis and Houston. In addition, KLM offers a wider range of US destinations through its partner Delta Air Lines.
“These are very important news for everyone who has not been able to visit the United States for so long. It is a turning point for us, an important step out of the crisis,“ stated the president and executive director KLM’s Pieter Elbers.