Dutch flag carrier airline to reduce number of flights to Poland

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Due to a second wave of the coronavirus and the shutdown of some countries, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is introducing changes to its flight schedules in Europe. This means a reduced number of flights to and from five Polish cities, KLM has said in a communique.

The changes in flight connections concern the routes between Amsterdam and Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk, Wroclaw and Poznan.

"As a result of a second wave of the coronavirus and the decision of some countries to close down again, KLM has decided to change its flight offer in Europe in the coming period. The carrier wants to maintain as many destinations as possible but will reduce the frequency of flights, as well as the number of seats available for sale. Flights to and from five cities in Poland in the KLM network will also be reduced, except during the Christmas and New Year period," the carrier announced in its press statement.