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KLM announces two repatriation flights from Dubai to Amsterdam

Dedicated flights scheduled to leave UAE on June 19 and 20

KLM announces two repatriation flights from Dubai to Amsterdam

The two dedicated flights will take off later this month, aimed at helping nationals stranded in the UAE return home.

Netherlands national airline KLM has announced plans to operate repatriation flights to Amsterdam from Dubai.

The two dedicated flights will take off later this month from Terminal 2 at Dubai International Airport, aimed at helping nationals stranded in the UAE return home.

The Boeing 777-200 aircraft will take off on June 19 and 20 and will depart from Dubai at 2.50am (local time), arriving in Amsterdam at 8.15am (local time).

In a statement, the airline said the flights can be booked online and via the travel trade.

The statement added: “We will do our utmost to assist our customers, we are fully committed.”

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