KLM resumes flights to European cities

The Dutch airline KLM on Tuesday partially resumed flights to some cities in Europe.

In particular, the airline will now operate flights from Amsterdam to Barcelona, ​​Madrid, Rome, Milan, Budapest, Prague, Warsaw, and Helsinki.

Starting May 11, airline passengers will be required to wear their masks and hide their faces. Also, a person is allowed to hide under a thick scarf. Passengers will be checked at the exit to the aircraft, if the passenger does not have a mask or scarf, the airline will give him a mask. If the airline runs out, then such a passenger will not be allowed to fly.

This measure will be valid until the end of August.

During a crisis, the company operated approximately 10% of its flights.

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