KLM to end Cali service, to start flights to Cartagena, Colombia
AMSTERDAM, BOGOTA – Dutch carrier KLM announced the end of its Cali service on March 25, 2017, just two years after the first flight. Three days later, the airline will start services to Cartagena, in the Caribbean coast of Colombia.
“KLM is always looking for new ways to improve its network. The number of passengers traveling to Cali was decreasing, particularly in the business segment. Cartagena is a beautiful and historic city on the Caribbean coast and is attracting a growing number of international tourists. Combined with the business centre of Bogota, Cartagena makes a good combination to strengthen KLM’s presence in Colombia. Because of Cartagena’s advantageous location, the flight from Bogota to Amsterdam will be shorter,” said Peter Groeneveld, Vice President Network Planning.