KLM continues to operate flights, offering maximum flexibility to passengers
Against the background of the latter decisions taken by the Dutch authorities in order to limit the spread of the SARS COV-19 virus, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines confirms the normal operation of European and intercontinental flights, in compliance with the measures imposed by the authorities.
Measures imposed by the Dutch authorities on all passengers arriving at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
According to recent decisions by the Dutch authorities, all passengers embarking on flights whose final or intermediate destination is Amsterdam Schiphol Airport must present a negative PCR test performed no later than 72 hours before landing in Amsterdam and an antigen test performed no later than 4 hours before boarding the flight.
For passengers in Romania, and especially for flights departing in the morning, several medical clinics in Bucharest have expanded their schedule so that passengers can take their antigen test before heading to the airport. For now, they are Complet Medical from Otopeni and OK Medical from Bucharest.
Travel restriction information and documents required for all KLM destinations are constantly updated on https://klm.traveldoc.aero
Free changes for passenger reservations who cannot perform the PCR test on time
Following the decision to perform the PCR test, all passengers who have purchased tickets on flights operated by Air France and KLM and who need time to obtain the test, can benefit from changing the flight ticket, regardless of destination.
This option is valid until March 31, 2021, and the flight will be rescheduled within 4 days from the initial date of the trip or the next available flight. The reissue of the plane ticket must be completed at least 2 days before the date of the initial journey and the day of departure.
This service will be provided free of charge, for booking flights in the same transport cabin, on flights operated by Air France / KLM / Delta / Virgin Atlantic.
Flights operated in conditions of maximum safety
Maintaining flight operations in a safe and responsible manner is and remains a priority for KLM, especially since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020. This has allowed the company to operate essential, repatriation and cargo flights. until the present. In addition, KLM has taken many on-board safety measures, such as the use of HEPA filters, face masks and on-board service adjustment. The safety and health of KLM customers and staff is the highest priority for the company.
As a novelty, all KLM crews will be tested at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport before and after each flight.