Among the new winter destinations on the network are Nantes (France), Rovaniemi (Finland), Aarhus (Denmark) or Katowice (Poland), with the company informing that it will continue to operate flights to Austin (Texas) in the USA, which were introduced in the summer.

With regard to the operation in Portugal, KLM indicates a growth of more than 30% this winter compared to the same period in 2019, as a result of the increase in frequencies between Porto and Amsterdam-Schiphol, starting to operate two daily flights in both directions, against the one flight per day in 2019.

From/to Lisbon and the company's hub in the Netherlands, one more flight will also be added to the two that KLM had daily in 2019. Thus, the Portuguese capital will now have three daily flights in both directions, the offer being complemented by that of its partner Air France, which continues its flights between Lisbon or Porto and the company's hub in Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG).

The group will also continue to offer direct codeshare flights with its transatlantic joint venture partner, Delta Air Lines, from Lisbon to New York-JFK.