KLM suspends Amsterdam-Hyderabad service

KLM announced on October 22, 2008, that KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is suspending its Amsterdam–Hyderabad service, effective February 1, 2009.

KLM launched flights to this destination in October 2005 in anticipation of a growth in traffic to India.

KLM is suspending this service in response to financial results of this route and local market developments.

All passengers will be booked onto other flights.

KLM continues to serve the Indian market with daily services to both Mumbai and Delhi.

KLM and its partners will continue to focus on India, operating direct flights from Amsterdam and Paris to Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Madras.

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