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KLM Cityhopper flights & tickets

Cityhopper was established in 1991 and was formed from merging several small airlines including Netherlines, NLM CityHopper, and KLM UK. As of 2002, they all operate under the name KLM Cityhopper, and are owned exclusively by KLM Royal Dutch airlines. Most of KLM Cityhopper flights are short haul flights within Europe, flying passengers to their operational hub at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Many of these serve as connecting flights to international destinations serviced by their parent airline.

Hopper flights typically reach about 50 destinations in Europe, including cities in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Poland, Denmark, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, France, Italy, Belgium, and the United Kingdom. Routes are scheduled to change seasonally, and based on the demands of the parent airline KLM.

This short haul fleet is made up of Embraer E175 and Embraer E190 aircrafts. The E175 can seat up to 88 passengers, and is fitted with slimmer seats that offer more legroom. Business and Economy Plus seat are 32 inches wide, while Economy class seat are 29 inches. The E190, which the majority of the fleet is made up of, is fitted for 100 passengers. The seat widths are 33 inches for Business and Economy Plus, and 31 inches for Economy Class, except for rows 8,9, and 10, which are 30 inches.

Why Fly KLM Cityhopper

Baggage Allowance

Cityhopper charges a fee for any checked luggage if you’re flying Economy class, or if your flight is one leg of an international flight serviced by KLM Royal Dutch airlines. The fees changed based on destination, so it’s advised to check the airline’s website for specific fees. Passengers are allowed one carry on and one personal item for free, and if your carry on item is within the size limitations (21.5 x 10 x 13.5 inches) may be checked free of charge at the gate to ensure there is enough room in the overhead bins and to speed up the boarding process.

Seating, Meals, and Ammenities

KLM Cityhopper offers dual class cabin service on all of its flights. Their aircrafts can accommodate 20 Business class passengers, and 8 Economy Plus passengers, which offers more legroom and a further adjustable seat back for extra comfort. City hoppers can enjoy complimentary beverages on all flights. Those flying economy class can expect a small meal or snacks depending on the the flight duration and destination. Business class passengers are served continental style breakfast or sandwiches and salads. Bar service is also available. These flights tend to be short, and in air entrainment is not offered on these aircrafts.

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