KLM will start daily scheduled flights to the Polish city of Poznan on October 25. The city located in west-central Poland will be the airline’s fifth destination in Poland after Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk and Wroclaw.
The airline will start daily scheduled flights to the Polish city of Poznan. The city located in west-central Poland will be the airline’s fifth destination in Poland after Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk and Wroclaw.
Poznan is the newest destination in the the airline’s network. With the launch of this destination, KLM looks to strengthen its position on the Polish market and compensate the slump in demand on other routes in Europe.
The airline is gradually expanding its network to offer the airline’s customers as much choice as possible in the number of destinations. Amsterdam-based airline also weights increasing the number of frequencies and capacity by deploying larger aircraft to its new Polish destination.
KLM’S Poznan Flight Schedule
KLM will be flying between Schiphol Airport and Poznan on a daily basis as of 25 October this year. An Embraer 175 with 20 seats in Business Class and 68 in Economy Class will be used on the route. The flight schedule is as follows:
KL1273 departs from Schiphol at 14.40 hrs and lands in Poznan at 16.20 hrs.
KL1274 departs from Poznan at 16.50 hours and lands at Schiphol at 18.35 hours.
All times are local.
Poznan is located in western Poland on the River Warta and is the fifth largest city in the country. It is an important commercial and industrial city. Poznan has 28 colleges and universities. The history of the city is impressive. The oldest cathedral of Poland can be found here.