KLM resumes Amsterdam to Santiago service after 14 years
KLM’s Amsterdam to Santiago
- KLM, one of the oldest airlines in the world still operating under its original name, expanded its international network with the resumption of services from its Amsterdam (AMS) hub to Santiago (SCL) in Chile on 2 February. The Chilean air travel market is examined in more detail in this week’s anna.aero country market analysis. The 11,982-kilometre sector, which was last served in March 2000, will be operated thrice-weekly via Buenos Aires Ezeiza, utilising the carrier’s 355-seat 777-300s. The services to the Chilean capital will face no direct competition from other carriers. Find out how Santiago Airport got on in this week’s “Arch of Triumph”.