KLM to Resume Flights to Hangzhou in China Starting August 27, 2020
KLM announced on Friday that they will resume service to Hangzhou, China with one weekly flight starting August 27, 2020. The weekly flight will be operated via Seoul-Incheon and the route will be serviced with a Boeing 777-200.
Today (August 21, 2020), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines announced the resumption of service to Hangzhou, China. The carrier will operate one weekly flight via Seoul-Incheon from August 27, 2020, and the route will be serviced with a Boeing 777-200. Hangzhou will become KLM’s second Chinese destination as flights were resumed to Shanghai on July 21, 2020. The departing flight (KL 0857) will leave Amsterdam on Thursdays at 6:55 PM and arrive in Seoul at 12:55 PM the next afternoon, while the connecting flight (KL 0821) departs Seoul-Incheon at 1:50 PM and arrives in Hangzhou at 3:00 PM. The return flight (KL 0822) departs Hangzhou on Fridays at 6:50 PM and arrives in Seoul at 9:55 PM, while the connection (KL 0858) departs Seoul on Saturday morning at 12:25 AM and arrives in Amsterdam at 4:45 AM (all times local).
KLM is in full compliance with the strict requirements set by the Chinese government regarding the resumption of international flights and all passengers will be required to complete an online health declaration and have their temperature checked prior to departure. Lavatories will be inspected frequently throughout the flight and catering has been limited to minimize contact between guests and cabin crew members. KLM has taken numerous measures to ensure the health and well-being of passengers and staff including mandatory face masks, the addition of extra hygiene equipment on each flight and enhanced aircraft cleaning protocols. Additionally, all KLM aircraft are equipped with HEPA filters that remove airborne particulates as the cabin air is refreshed every few minutes. The short video below highlights some of the measures that KLM is taking to ensure a safe experience for their guests and team members.