Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, a bustling hub of international travel, is abuzz with anticipation as KLM, the Dutch flagship carrier, reveals its flight schedule for the upcoming winter season. Amidst the announcements, one particular highlight shines bright: KLM is set to maintain its daily flights to the idyllic Caribbean island of Curaçao, with an added bonus of increased frequency during peak holiday seasons such as Christmas and spring break, soaring to an impressive eleven flights per week.
In a bid to further elevate the passenger experience, KLM has made significant strides in the realm of aircraft interiors. The completion of the fleet transformation for the Boeing 777-300 aircraft, featuring all-new World Business Class seats and Premium Comfort amenities, stands as a testament to the airline’s commitment to passenger comfort and satisfaction. Notably, KLM has announced that the same enhancements will soon grace the Boeing 777-200 aircraft, offering a consistent and luxurious travel experience across their long-haul fleet.
This exciting news comes on the heels of the recent announcement that Avior Airlines, a well-known Venezuelan carrier, is all set to resume its flights to Curaçao this Wednesday, October 4th. This marks a significant milestone in the island’s tourism recovery efforts.
Avior Airlines joins the ranks as the third Venezuelan airline to recommence operations in Curaçao. This development reflects a growing interest among Venezuelans in visiting the island, despite the visa requirement. Such enthusiasm from the island’s neighbors offers a glimmer of hope for Curaçao’s tourism sector in Venezuela, which has faced challenges due to the crisis in the South American nation.