Bus service KLM

Do you ever use KLM’s courtesy shuttle service to Schiphol or would you consider using it? If so, there’s good news. In 2019 and 2020, KLM aims to increase the number of users. KLM currently transports more than 30,000 people per year, but aims to grow to some 50,000 bus passengers by increasing its capacity and opening new routes.  

KLM currently offers a free bus service on two routes to and from the airport. This bus service is only for passengers with a KLM ticket or a ticket issued by one of its partners. Three times a day, buses go back and forth to Nijmegen, Arnhem, Veenendaal and Rhenen, and twice a day to Maastricht, Maastricht Airport and Eindhoven Airport.

The buses are in contact with KLM colleagues at Schiphol, so any delays or disruptions can be taken into account. On board of the bus you will be served free coffee and tea, and there’s a WiFi connection. This means you can keep working on your way to the airport, and you save train or parking costs. Curious to hear more about the options? Please contact our Travel Consultants. They will be happy to give you more information or assist you in booking the bus service.

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