KLM Plans Service to Cork, Ireland

By Anna Breuer on 14 January 2020
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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines announced it will add daily non-stop seasonal service to Cork, Ireland’s second largest city.

Flights will begin on March 29, 2020 and will continue through October 24.

The Dutch flag carrier will operate the flights using Embraer 175 and 190 aircraft, which seat between 88 to 100 passengers per flight.

Cork was founded as a monastic settlement in the sixth century. It started to become a city in the early 900s and the city’s charter was granted by Prince John as the Lord of Ireland in 1185. Originally a walled city, some parts of the original city walls still survive.

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