11.07.2018 10:30
Group picture in front of the aircraft.

Photo: Graz Airport. Representatives of KLM and Graz Airport after the arrival of the first B737 flight.

Bigger KLM aircraft

As from now a bigger aircraft will operate the Graz-Amsterdam service - a Boeing 737-700. This means more available seats on this route.

The route between Graz and Amsterdam was flown with an Embraer 175 (max. 88 seats) or an Embraer 90 (max. 100 seats) by KLM Cityhopper since its start mid-May 2017.


High demand makes possible use of bigger aircraft

Due to positive bookings KLM will now operate a Boeing 737-700 with about 140 seats on weekdays during the summer months. Henceforth even more passengers from Graz can benefit from the numerous connections via Amsterdam within the worldwide Air France/ KLM Network.


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KLM Flugzeug auf Rollfeld
Photo: Graz Airport. The B737-700 of KLM on its way to the parking position.

 

KLM Crew vor der Flugzeugtüre
Photo: Graz Airport. The friendly crew.