By Business Reporter
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has announced its introductory offers from Windhoek to various destinations as it readies to start operations in Namibia.
Its introductory fare structure flight from Windhoek to Amsterdam will cost N$9 900, London N$9 000, Frankfurt N$7 000, Stuttgart N$6 900 and New York N$13 200. “These special fares are on sales until the 23rd of September for travel between the 31st of October and the 14th of December 2016, as well as for travel from the 6th of January until the 30th of April 2017,” said the airline.
As of October 31, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will operate three weekly flights between Windhoek and Amsterdam. The flights include a brief stopover in Luanda during which passengers will stay on the aircraft. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is KLM’s hub and the beating heart of the KLM’s worldwide network. The airline closely cooperates with Air France, Kenya Airways and the SkyTeam airlines, offering the largest global network, with the most unique destinations worldwide. “KLM is constantly searching to extend our international network and in Namibia has recognised attractive opportunities to further develop the passenger air traffic by bringing in more tourists to Namibia, not only from Amsterdam but from the 179 countries it serves with its global partners. The economic sector will also benefit by connecting Namibia with the Netherlands and the rest of the world. This will facilitate economic trade and development by offering European and intercontinental connections for passengers and cargo,” added the airline. KLM is the oldest airline still operating under its original name and was founded on October 7 1919.
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