KLM flies directly to Ecuador, four times a week

KLM flies directly to Ecuador, four times a week

KLM today invites a group of European journalists and key Travel Agencies to Ecuador to celebrate the fact that KLM now flies directly to Ecuador.

The new schedule reduces flying time for customers from and to Ecuador with close to four hours each as KLM will operate the flight in 777 aircraft from Amsterdam to Ecuador and back to Amsterdam without the previous intermediate stop in Bonaire.

Currently KLM operates three times weekly, as from March 27, this will be expanded to four times weekly. At Amsterdam Schiphol Airport customers can connect conveniently to a wealth of European destinations, or for example to eight cities in Greater China offered by KLM and SkyTeam partners.

This not only offers an improved product for Ecuadorian customers but also offers better export possibilities for Ecuadorian industries like the flowers sector. On the other side, tourists from Europe will be very happy as well with the shorter connection to Ecuador, highly attractive through its beautiful nature, like the Andes, rainforest and, of course, the Galapagos islands.

KLM has operated to Ecuador since 17 July 1954. Including the direct flights to Ecuador, and the new KLM destinations Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires and Havana announced earlier, KLM increased its daily offer from Europe to Latin America with 35% year over year.

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