The oldest airline company in the world initiates flights to Belgrade
Starting from May 13th, 2021, the Dutch airline KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will connect Belgrade and Amsterdam with direct flights. Initially, KLM planes will fly on this route three times a week, and according to the airline’s plan, from June 11th, 2021, passengers will have daily flights at their disposal. The flights will be operated by Embraer 190 aircrafts, which can accommodate 80 passengers in economy and 20 in business class.
Flight schedule according to local time:
Flight KL 1905 will depart from Amsterdam at 9.40 am and land in Belgrade at 12.05 pm;
Flight KL 1906 will take off from Belgrade at 12.45 pm and land in Amsterdam at 15.25 pm.
Note: the flight schedule may change depending on travel restrictions. According to the schedule, flights will be operated on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
In accordance with the decision of the Dutch Government, for passengers traveling to Amsterdam from high-risk zones, in addition to PCR tests, antigen tests are also mandatory. KLM recommends passengers to check travel information on the company portal klm.traveldoc.aero before the flight.