The Dutch airline is offering daily flights between Amsterdam and Zagreb until the end of November this year.
KLM has so far canceled several flights on the Amsterdam - Zagreb route in October, and only one departure has been canceled by the end of this month (Wednesday, October 28th).
The company plans to operate daily on this route in November, with E190 aircraft, with a capacity of 100 passengers. The daily direct connection between Zagreb and Amsterdam is extremely important, primarily because it is possible to continue the journey through Amsterdam to a number of European and world destinations.
After the cancelation of Zagreb - Dublin route, KLM's daily flights to Amsterdam are good news for passengers travelling between two cities, since there is great connection via Amsterdam.
Croatia Airlines will also operate on this route every day, so Zagreb will be connected to the capital of the Netherlands twice a day, the number of offered seats on this route on a weekly basis is more than satisfactory.
It remains to be seen whether KLM will cancel certain departures in November, it will certainly depend on the scale of the global pandemic and the status of reservations. KLM has so far been regular on the route to Zagreb and a very small percentage of announced flights have been canceled.
The second KLM route in Croatia, between Amsterdam and Split, operates seasonally, and will end this year at the end of October. The last flight this year on the Amsterdam - Split route has been scheduled for Saturday, October 24th, when this year's summer flight schedule ends.