WILLEMSTAD – KLM flies daily to Curaçao but will fly ten times a week to Willemstad in July and August. The extra flights are on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
The regular flights leave Amsterdam every day at a quarter past three in the afternoon and arrive at Hato at five to seven in the evening. The extra flights depart at ten past twelve in the afternoon and land in Curaçao at five to four in the afternoon.
Bonaire and Aruba
Bonaire is also flown daily. But the flight makes a stopover in Aruba, so the total travel time to Kralendijk is twelve hours. The Airbus A330 departs Amsterdam at a quarter past one and arrives at Flamingo Airport at a quarter past seven.
The return journey is without a stopover and takes nine hours and 25 minutes. Departure from Bonaire is at five to half past eight, the aircraft lands in Amsterdam the next day at ten to twelve in the morning.
The travel time to Aruba is ten hours. The Airbus A330 departs Amsterdam at a quarter past one and arrives at Beatrix Airport in Aruba at a quarter past five. Then the aircraft flies in just over eleven hours via Bonaire back to Amsterdam.
KLM flies to ten destinations in South America, including daily flights to Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires and Panama City.
The Premium Comfort class introduced last year will be rolled out further across the fleet this year. Premium is available on flights to at least New York, Los Angeles, Austin, San Francisco, Toronto, Calgary, Dubai and Dar Es Salaam.
Bron: Curacao Chronicle