KLM begins Poznan; 16,000 P2P passengers last year

Amsterdam to Poznan

KLM begins Poznan; 16,000 P2P passengers last year

KLM added Poznan, its fifth Polish city, on 25 October.

KLM began Amsterdam – Poznan on 25 October.  The 821-kilometre route operates five-weekly using 88-seat Embraer 175s.

See a video of it here.

Over 16,000 point-to-point passengers flew between the two cities in 2019, according to booking data via OAG Traffic Analyser. This made Amsterdam the top unserved market from Poznan. 

KLM had 784,000 seats between Amsterdam and Poland last year, OAG schedules reveals, up by 22% YOY. This was partly driven by Wroclaw starting in 2019, together with strong growth to Krakow and Gdansk.

Poznan is now KLM’s fifth Polish city, after Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk, and Wroclaw.

KLM begins Poznan; 16,000 P2P passengers last year

Amsterdam – Poznan had more than 16,000 P2P passengers in 2019. And when connections are added in, it’s not hard to see why it started.


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