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KLM resumes most flights to the Middle East

United Arab Emirates: Sunday, April 06 - 2003 @ 11:56

KLM will resume flight operations to Abu Dhabi on a daily basis, Dammam twice a week, Bahrain three times a week, Doha twice a week, Beirut four times a week and Amman and Damascus three times a week. Flights to Kuwait will remain suspended for the time being, but KLM is closely monitoring the situation in the Middles East and will return to its normal schedule when the situation allows. Flights to Dubai, which were never suspended, will remain daily.

“Unlike other airlines, KLM does not make an intermediate stop in places like Larnaca, but flies directly from the Gulf to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol”, said Vincent Knoops, General Manager, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Arabian Peninsula, Pakistan, Sri Lanka & the Maldives.

Information on KLM’s updated schedule can be found on its special webpage on www.KLM.com. KLM’s service and reservations staff or any travel agent in the Middle East can be contacted for further information.

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