Hyderabad, Oct 23: On Thursday, Oct 23 the KLM airlines decided to suspend its Hyderabad service from February 1, 2007. KLM in a media release said that the reason for suspending the service was the current economic situation in India and worldwide.
Passengers, booked after February 1, would be booked on to other flights and informed in a timely manner. The airlines will remain active in the Hyderabad market and passengers can continue to fly with the KLM and/or its partner Air France via Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore or Chennai. The KLM and Air France would continue to jointly operate 38 flights a week from India to their respective hubs in Amsterdam and Paris, the release added.