KLM discontinues Amsterdam-Dresden

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The Dutch airline KLM will no longer fly between Amsterdam and Dresden in the 2024 summer timetable. This means that the East German airport will lose a hub connection.

Effective March 30, 2024, the Skyteam member will discontinue flights between Amsterdam-Schiphol and Dresden. At the same time, flights to Sandefjord-Torp are also being given up. Follows a day later the suspension of flights to Graz, Austria.

Embraer 195-E2 (Photo: KLM).
Embraer 195-E2 (Photo: KLM).