After 14 years, the Dutch carrier KLM will resume with flights between Europe and Chile, which the airline says will lead to price drops.
On Monday, the first KLM flight in 14 years touched down in Santiago. This was the first of 13 weekly flights between Amsterdam and Chile. The airline, now merged with Air France, will offer flights to Santiago on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. These are in addition to 10 other weekly flights to Europe.
Compared to other carriers, KLM’s return ticket price seems high: $1,875, but KLM’s general manager said on Monday that those prices should drop.
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