Update To KLM Flight Schedule As The Netherlands Demands Negative PCR And Rapid Antigen Tests

Update To KLM Flight Schedule As The Netherlands Demands Negative PCR And Rapid Antigen Tests
KLM Cabin Crew

Due to the new regulations released by the Dutch government last week, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has adapted its flight schedule beyond 18 January 2021. KLM will operate 4 flights per week from Johannesburg to Amsterdam and 3 flights per week from Cape Town to Amsterdam, with a technical stop to Dar Es Salaam. Passengers will remain on board during this stop.

Flight Number Departure Arrival Departure time (LT) Arrival time (LT)
KL0525 AMS CPT 22:35 14:10
KL0526 CPT AMS 16:00 05:55
Flight Number Departure Arrival Departure time (LT) Arrival time (LT)
KL0527 AMS JNB 22:35 13:05
KL0528 JNB AMS 17:10 05:55

 

KLM is committed to working within the rules and regulations imposed during the pandemic, and the health and safety of our passengers remains our number one priority.

Please also note that the Air France schedules have not been affected by these new regulations, and will continue to operate 3 times per week between Johannesburg and Paris.

As a reminder, passengers flying from South Africa travelling to the Netherlands or transiting in the Netherlands are now required to produce a negative rapid antigen test which must be taken 4 hours prior to departure. This antigen test can be taken at Cape Town International or O.R Tambo International airports where facilities are being arranged. This antigen test is in addition to the mandatory negative PCR test valid 72h prior arrival in the Netherlands and the completed and signed Negative Test Declaration.

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