Flights to new KLM destinations!

Discover more flights to exciting new destinations, now available to book!


From art and design to global cuisine, pristine coastline and vibrant nightlife, Miami remains a year-round destination that attracts a variety of public. Known as ‘The Magic City’, it is place to appreciate arts. Both the Wynwood and Design District areas have been transformed into hubs of local art and design. It is also a veritable dining destination and because of its proximity with Cuba, Cuban food can be found all over the city. Miami is a place where the nightlife is part of the culture. From having a cocktail with friends to dancing until the early hours, you will find a place which suits you.

From 06 December 2021 KLM will operate 3 weekly flights between Amsterdam and Miami on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. Flights will be operated by a Boeing 787-9 aircraft.

Las Vegas

Situated in the desert in the state of Nevada, Las Vegas is famous for its dazzling nightlife, centred around 24/7 casinos and endless entertainment. Surrounded by majestic hotels and impressive skyscrapers, Las Vegas Boulevard is minutes away from premium shopping outlets and award winning restaurants. Enjoy the beauty away from the bustling strip and visit the Hoover Dam and the infamous Grand Canyon.

From 06 December 2021 KLM will operate 3 weekly flights between Amsterdam and Las Vegas on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. Flights will be operated by a Boeing 787-9 aircraft.

Alicante, Spain

Situated on the Mediterranean coast of Costa Blanca, Alicante is filled with palm trees and monumental architecture. Take a stroll down historic streets and discover the lively city centre or soak in the spectacular panoramic views of Santa Barbara Castle. What’s more, with tapas, cafes and restaurants at every turn, the city’s lively food scene is a welcome treat for all. Be sure to try the local delicacies including delectable Paella and the artisan Jijona’s ice cream by the coast. From 23 April, KLM will operate one daily flight between Amsterdam and Alicante with an Embraer 190 aircraft or a Boeing 737.

Belgrade, Serbia

Belgrade – Serbia’s capital city bears a colourful history with a unique character. Having evolved with a mix of cultural influences, today the city’s unique spirit is better seen in its lifestyle. During the day, Belgrade’s many museums give an insight into the country’s cultural and religious heritage. By night it teems with a vibrant café culture and is renowned for its nightlife. From 13 May 2021, KLM will begin operating flights between Amsterdam Airport and Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport. Flights will be operated with an Embraer E90.

Bridgetown, Barbados

The capital of Barbados and the largest city on the island, played a very important role in the development of the British colonies. Stroll along the old town and find the impressive historical colonial buildings now protected as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Head to Carlisle Bay, the most beautiful beach in all of Barbados with crystal clear water or visit the oldest rum distilleries in the Caribbean. Try some home-grown Bajan fruit and vegetables specialities in the colourful Cheapside Street Market where you will also be able to buy interesting hand-made souvenirs. This Winter, from 31 October onward, KLM will operate three flights a week between Amsterdam and Bridgetown. Flights will initially be operated by an Airbus A330-200 and later from 11 December, by an Airbus A330-300.

Cagliari, Italy

Overlooking the Mediterranean sea on the island of Sardinia, Cagliari is rich in history and architecture. Soak in the many sights of the Italian city as you walk past piazzas and cathedrals. If you are after the sun, sand and sea. Cagliari’s pristine beaches also provide the perfect scape. Wind down your evenings with hillside walks or sample the excellent local cuisine. From 24 April, KLM will operate flights between Amsterdam and Cagliari on Saturdays with Embraer 190 and on Sundays with Embraer 175 aircraft.

Cancún, Mexico

Cancun sits on the Mesoamerican Reef, the second-longest coral reef in the world and it’s the perfect place for a relaxing break surrounded by white sandy beaches and turquoise waters. The diving and snorkelling lovers will spot endless varieties of marine life adapted to the warm waters of the Caribbean. In addition to ocean dives you can also explore the cenotes which are limestone sinkholes with fascinating underwater cave systems. But don’t miss the possibility to discover the Mayan culture! Visit the ruins of Tulum and Chichen Itza, one of the most visited archaeological sites in Mexico. This Winter, from 31 October onward, KLM will operate three flights a week between Amsterdam and Cancun. Flights will be operated by a Boeing 787-900.

Catania, Italy

The second largest city in Italy's Sicilian region, Catania is renowned for its historical Baroque architecture and it's vibrant dining and entertainment scene. You'll always have plenty to look at during your visit, including the many Piazzas, the Norman cathedral and the Teatro Massimo. For those trying to peek into the city's culinary culture, a visit to the food and fish markets below the Piazza del Duomo is a must, as is a home cooking experience in the house of a Sicilian resident. Don't forget to include an excursion to the periphery of Mount Etna, Europe's biggest volcano! This Summer, KLM will operate flights on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday between Amsterdam and Catania. Flights will be operated by a Boeing 737.

Ibiza, Spain

One of the Balearic Island in the Mediterranean Sea off the eastern coast of Spain, Ibiza is blessed with more than 50 wondrous beaches. These hidden gems are an incredible discovery for explorers and beach lovers. Visitors can further explore neighbouring islands like Formentera, Mallorca, Menorca. With its bedazzling nightlife and vibrant clubs, Ibiza Town and Sant Antoni are major hotspots for summer parties. This summer, KLM will operate flights between Amsterdam and Ibiza on Saturdays and Sundays using an Embraer 175 or a Boeing 737 aircraft.

Malaga, Spain

At the heart of Andalusia, Malaga is a thrilling port city, bursting with rich culture. Proudly known as the hometown of Picasso, Malaga’s iconic art district is a true pleasure to the senses. Take a stroll through the ancient Alcazaba fort and admire the wonderful architecture, its gardens are not to be missed, perfumed with the light fragrance of nearby orange trees. For an exhilarating getaway by the Mediterranean, Malaga is the place to be. This summer KLM will operate flights between Amsterdam and Malaga on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday using a Boeing 737 aircraft.

Mombasa (Via Nairobi), Kenya

Mombasa is a melting pot of languages and cultures from all sides of the Indian ocean. A scenic and exotic city, located at the coast of Kenya. It’s a small paradise for people looking for a calm and relaxing atmosphere in a white sandy beach surrounded by palm trees. You will be surprised by the rich cuisine flavoured with unique spices and tastes which is the result of such a cultural variety. Mombasa is also known for being a historical place; visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site Fort Jesus, built in 1589. This Winter, from 31 October onward, KLM will operate two circle flights a week between Amsterdam and Mombasa via Nairobi. Flights will be operated by a Boeing 787-900.

Naples, Italy

Naples is a city built on volcanic limestone with an unique energy, beautiful an authentic at the same time. Along the busy narrow streets, the colours and the chaos will capture your attention. For great views across the city visit the hilltop caste Sant’Elmo. Caravaggio, Raphael Michelangelo masterpieces can be appreciated at the Museo di Capodimonte, one of Italy’s largest art galleries. Naples can be the point of departure for a visit to the ancient cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum as well as to the glamorous Amalfi Coast but do not leave Naples without tasting the Napolitan pizza, it’s supposed to be unlike any other pizza you’ve tasted before! From 03 July , KLM will operate daily flights between Amsterdam and Naples with Boeing 737 aircraft.

Palma de Mallorca

Mallorca's largest city and the capital of the Balearic Islands, Palma de Mallorca is a popular tourist destination. It features both - a historic city centre as well as vibrant entertainment options. Those interested in sightseeing would do well with a visit to the Mallorca Cathedral, the Arab baths and the art nouveau buildings. For those looking for entertainment, Palma offers plenty in the form of beaches, water parks, music festivals and more all through the city. Don't miss the chance to embark on a day trip to nearby Port de Sóller too. This Summer, KLM will operate flights between Amsterdam and Palma de Mallorca starting 26 June. Flights will be operated by an Embraer 190.

Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

The capital city of Trinidad and Tobago - Port of Spain enjoys a tropical climate all year round and is surrounded by beaches and expanses of parks. It's best known for the annual carnival which sees hordes of residents hit the streets dancing to the tune of steel bands and dressed in elaborate costumes. For the rest of the year, visitors have plenty to enjoy at a range of nightclubs and entertainment complexes, local dance and theatre productions and museums. Don't miss visiting the Queen's Park Savannah - renowned as the city's largest open space! This Winter, from 31 October onward, KLM will operate three flights a week between Amsterdam and Port of Spain via Bridgetown. Flights will initially be operated by an Airbus A330-200 and later from 11 December, by an Airbus A330-300.

Split, Croatia

Surrounded by the charming Dalmatian mountains and enchanting Adriatic Sea, Croatia’s ancient city of Split sits as a perfect backdrop to one of Europe’s panoramic destinations. Built on the grounds of where Roman Empire once stood, wondering through Diocletian’s palace and surviving ruins is like travelling back in time. With over a thousand neighbouring islands, Split is the perfect home base to visit the most beautiful sandy beaches and stunning coastlines. From 23 April, KLM operate flights between Amsterdam and Split on Saturdays using an Embraer 190 aircraft and on Sundays with Embraer 175.