KLM has cancelled hundreds of flights for tomorrow!
Tens of thousands of passengers planning to use Amsterdam Airport on Tuesday (2019.01.08) have had their flights cancelled because of expected strong winds. All other travellers booked on the hub airline, KLM, have been warned of possible disruption.
Winds from the northwest of 30mph or more are predicted.
UK flights are worst hit, with at least 62 arrivals and departures cancelled – the vast majority on the Dutch airline.
More than 200 Continental flights have been cancelled by KLM, with Paris – to which there are rail alternatives – worst affected. Berlin, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Geneva, Madrid, Munich, Oslo and Stockholm have all had three round-trips cancelled.
The furthest destinations to see cancellations are Moscow and Istanbul.
KLM is offering anyone booked to travel via Amsterdam the chance to rebook free of charge for a later date. The offer also applies to its parent airline, Air France, and its partner, Delta Airlines.
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