By the Caribbean Journal staff
KLM is expanding its service to the Dutch Caribbean.
The air carrier has announced the launch of an additional flight from Amsterdam to Aruba and Bonaire for the season, taking its service to a total of seven weekly frequencies on the route.
KLM is also adding two new weekly “circle” flights between Amsterdam, St Maarten and Curaçao, meaning a total of nine weekly flights to Curaçao.
The expansions are part of a wider drive to increase seat capacity between Amsterdam and the Americas, one that includes an additional flight to Cartagena on the Caribbean coast of Colombia.