KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Temporarily Returns to Cairo
After a three-year hiatus, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has returned to Cairo, Egypt with a scheduled passenger service from 9 September to 25 October, 2020.
Flights to Cairo will be operated only in September and October after which the airline will determine whether Cairo can be added to KLM's winter network.
Flights to Cairo will be operated twice a week a Boeing 777-200ER aircraft. Outbound flights will be on Wednesdays and Saturdays while inbound flights will be on Thursdays and Sundays.
Flight KL 0553 departs Amsterdam on Wednesday and Saturday at 19.10 hours and arrives in Cairo at 23.30 hours. KL 0554 departs from Cairo on Thursday and Sunday at 01.20 hrs and arrives in Amsterdam at 06.00 hrs.
From 30 September to 23 October, KL 0553 leaves Amsterdam on Wednesday and Friday at 19.10 hrs and arrives in Cairo at 23.30 hrs. KL 0554 departs from Cairo on Thursday and Saturday at 01.20 hrs and arrives in Amsterdam at 06.00 hrs.
KLM last operated passenger flights to the Egyptian capital in 2017. Following the relaxation of COVID-19 travel bans, KLM is slowly expanding its European and intercontinental network.