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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Reduces Summer Schedule

February 4, 2003

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Reduces Summer Schedule
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines announced Monday it will reduce capacity on its 2003 summer schedule due to tightening market conditions.

According to, the airline plans to use smaller aircraft and reduce flight frequencies, but also will add frequency and capacity on routes normally more popular in the summer season. KLM will withdraw two Boeing 747-300s and several regional turboprop planes from March 30 to October 25.

The new summer schedule will include European destinations and flight frequencies to cities such as Rome, Athens, Edinburgh and Norway. However, flights to London City, Stuttgart and Cardiff will be cut, among others.

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