Free KLM bus service
On 1 May 2015, KLM airline will introduce a free bus service for passengers wishing to travel from the Nijmegen and Arnhem region to Schiphol Airport. The bus service will provide free wi-fi on board, and in the event of a delay during the journey, KLM will rebook your airline ticket free of charge. The bus will always run, regardless of the number of passengers, and is also accessible to people with limited mobility.
To make use of this service, your ticket must be booked with either Nijmegen or Arnhem as the point of departure. You will then travel by bus to and from Schiphol Airport. You do not need to buy a separate bus ticket, as this is processed automatically when booking the ticket. Have you already bought your ticket but would you like to make use of this service after all? Then you can rebook your ticket free of charge before the end of June 2015, choosing Nijmegen or Arnhem as your point of departure. For further information, you can contact our Travel Consultants. We are available 24/7.
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