KLM expands bus service

This month KLM is expanding its bus service in the Netherlands. KLM started in May 2015 with the first free bus services for KLM passengers, from Schiphol to Arnhem and Nijmegen and back.

In June 2016, the bus service also became available between Schiphol and Eindhoven and Maastricht. This month, as from 1 September 2017, the schedule of the KLM buses between Nijmegen, Arnhem and Schiphol will be adjusted. The bus will drive three times a day in both directions, instead of two times a day. During some of these rides, the bus will make an extra stop in the places Veenendaal and Rhenen.

How does it work?
When you book your flight ticket, you can also make a reservation for the bus service when you indicate that you are leaving from Nijmegen, Arnhem, Maastricht or Eindhoven to Schiphol. The bus service is free of charge and you can enter the bus with your airplane ticket and legitimacy. In the bus, the same baggage arrangements apply as in the airplane. Passengers who travel with the bus service, will be rebooked free of charge when they miss their flight because of traffic jams or delays during the bus drive. When you return at Schiphol Airport, you can also use the bus service back to one of the named cities. The bus service is available three times a week, from Maastricht Central Station via Maastricht Aachen Airport and Eindhoven Airport to Schiphol. Please contact our Travel Consultants for more information or to book your bus trip. They are available 24×7.

Source: KLM

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