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KLM Announces Las Vegas With Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

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KLM Announces Las Vegas With Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

Alf van Beem

KLM Announces Las Vegas With Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner
September 21
02:30 2018

MIAMI — Dutch carrier KLM will add Las Vegas (LAS) to its US network starting from next summer. The airline will deploy its Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner on the route, starting from June 6, 2019.

Las Vegas will become the airline’s 18th North Atlantic destination, which will work in par with the current joint venture in place with Delta, Air France, Virgin Atlantic, and Alitalia.

This new addition to the joint venture comes after Delta announced a significant boost to its European network.

Air France also advertised the opening of an all-new route between Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW), starting on March 31, 2019. Dallas becomes the 13th destination in North America for the French carrier.

Photo: Alf van Beem

KLM will operate flights between Amsterdam and Las Vegas on Fridays and Sundays, with a third weekly flight to be launched on Tuesdays from July 2 onwards.


The Dutch carrier’s brand-new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners come equipped with 30 World Business Class seats, 45 Economy Comfort, and 219 Economy Class seats.

Flight Details

Flight KL0635 will depart from AMS at 12:30 and arrive at 14:15 local time in LAS. The return, flight KL0636, will depart LAS at 16:05 and arrive the next morning at 11:05 in AMS.

Last week, KLM has launched a new augmented reality hand baggage check, designed to give customers a better idea of the hand baggage dimensions allowed onboard.


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Enrique Perrella

Enrique Perrella

Commercial Pilot and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Graduate. Aviation MBA, Av-Gas Addict, Spotter, Globetrotter, Airplane Collector, Cook, AS Roma fan, and on my free time, I fly the Airways Ship. Favorite airline, airport and aircraft: Viasa, Tokyo-Haneda, and MD-11. Love to Fly, Fly to Love.

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