ZAGREB, June 10 (Hina) – The Dutch KLM airline will reinstate flights from Amsterdam to Zagreb and Split as of 4 July while ensuring proper health protection measures for passengers and crews, KLM informed on Wednesday.
KLM will fly to Zagreb and back three times a week as of July 4, with flights to Split every day and two on Sundays, the airline said.
Passengers have been advised that before they book flights they check with national authorities regarding entry conditions and those in force in the destinations they plan to visit as well as in transit countries as quarantine measures are still in force in some countries.
KLM has announced more than 3,000 flights in July to 78% of its originally planned destinations.
The company has announced that passengers and crews are obliged to wear masks while boarding and that they reserve the right to reject boarding for anyone without a mask, with the exception of children under the age of 10.
Planes are being additionally cleaned, with minimum contact between crew and passengers during flights. Passengers travelling from high risk areas will have to fill out a health declaration.
KLM, like other companies that have announced reintroducing flights to Croatia, did not wish to reveal the situation with flight bookings, if indeed they have any.