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KLM In MIA

Sat May 29, 1999 11:01 am

Does anyone know why one of the biggest airlines in the world does not travel to one of the largest South American Airports in the world. I have been dying to fly on this airline but it does not travel to my home. Can anyone explain the reasoning for this?

Jay
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RE: KLM In MIA

Sat May 29, 1999 12:58 pm

Does Martinair fly to Miami? (with a DC10 or 767??) If this is so, then maybe since Miami is looked upon by many (or at least in Europe) as being somewhat of a tourist destination, KLM leaves that route to Martinair? Something to think about I guess.. =)
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RE: KLM In MIA

Sat May 29, 1999 2:15 pm

KLM does fly to MIA in a 747.

A firend flew to Amsterdam on KLM out of Miami.


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RE: KLM In MIA

Sun May 30, 1999 3:17 am

OK, I haven't posted anything for a while because of exactly this... But this time, I HAD to say something. People: verify what the heck you post. There are so many bogus things being said around here that I no longer feel there is a need to make the necessary corrections. I mean, get real! I do not want to bash 764ER for his post, but this thing is going on a such a grand scale that it has become a big joke. 767ER said that, yes KL flies to MIA, 'coz one of his friends flown that route. Well, after checking out KL's site and Amadeus.net, it so happens that THEY DO NOT!. Maybe they did, but now, at least, Martinair does it, but again, NOT KL. I mean, if we want to learn something, then we should double check wat we say, or else, report it as an opinion. THis is not the first time somebody says this, but some people seem to think that it does not apply to them. I do not thing to know the truth, but when I am not sure, i just shut up and try to find the answer. I mean, between the jumbos that think they could run BA better, the Airbus Boeing war, and the others who just post whatever they believe to be true, this forum is going way down way fast. Sorry Johan, I know you work hard on this site. I still believe it to be the best aviation site, but, this forum is getting ridiculous Have fun, guys.
 
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YMQ: Amen!

Thu Jun 03, 1999 10:21 pm

YMQ:

You're totally right!!
Amen!

Ed

As for KLM in MIA, NorthWest also flies MIA-AMS, so why should KLM??
 
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RE: KLM In MIA

Fri Jun 04, 1999 1:35 am

Miami in South America?
 
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RE: KLM In MIA

Fri Jun 04, 1999 2:39 am

Florida, USA !

Alain Mengus
 
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RE: KLM In MIA

Fri Jun 04, 1999 7:02 am

Airliners have learn a new way to make more money, "Code Sharing", KL and NW have a code share agreement in place to operate this route if you really like to fly KL you can leave MIA to MSP or DTW where you can then be boarded in one KL true flight in th mean time your flight between MIA and MSP or DTW wil be in a NW aircraft but the flight will be called KL(number).
 
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RE: KLM In MIA

Fri Jun 04, 1999 8:32 am

Thats probably it. The ticket he had said KLM flight on it. I didn't go to the gate, and also it was at night.

There were connecting flight from Amsterdam to Tehran.


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RE: KLM In MIA

Mon Jun 07, 1999 4:52 pm

At the moment KLM is not operating directly the route MIA-AMS. Martinair (25% owned by KLM) is doing it. But in the near future, as a consequence of the Aliatalia-KLM deal there will be a daily flight from Milan Malpensa to Miami (operated by Alitalia and a dailt MIA-AMS operated by KLM).
This is for sure.
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