KLM connects Belfast business travellers to LA, Hong Kong & beyond

Do you travel to Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Singapore, Mexico, Moscow, Johannesburg or Bangkok for business? Check out the convenient and seamless travel options direct from Belfast with KLM this autumn / winter.

One of Europe’s largest airline groups, AIR FRANCE KLM, flies direct from George Best Belfast City Airport to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. This daily flight, provides access to many global destinations through KLM’s extensive network.

george best belfast city airport

There are many reasons to fly with KLM from Belfast and here are just a few:

An extensive network including with over 70 destinations from Belfast, via Amsterdam, with KLM
and partners

An award winning* and seamless hub at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol with its one-terminal concept

Online check-in from 30 hours before departure

2 cabins to suit your needs: Business and Economy with extra legroom in Economy Comfort

A generous hand baggage allowance**: 12kgs in Economy and 18kgs in Business Class

Baggage checked through to your final destination

Complimentary in-flight service throughout your journey

KLM has won the FlightStats award for the most punctual major international airline in 2016

Most Sustainable Airline in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index 2016 for the 12th time

Bluebiz Loyalty Programme

Beyond Business Travel have teamed with BlueBiz, an Air France, KLM, Delta and partner airlines’ joint loyalty programme for businesses, and your company will receive 50 complimentary Blue Credits if you sign up before 31 December 2017. Even better, you’ll be entered into a prize draw and could win a pair of flights to Amsterdam if you register before 31st August 2017. *Terms and conditions.

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