Amstelveen, 18 May 2011-, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will operate a twice daily service to Euro-Airport, the airport serving Basel and Mulhouse, from the start of the winter schedule 2011 (30 October 2011). Map airport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg
KLM is taking over flights from Cityjet and will operate the Basel/Mulhouse service using Fokker 70 equipment. Basel and Mulhouse are situated in a region around the French, Swiss and German borders which has over two million inhabitants. Basel is KLM's third Swiss destination after Geneva and Zurich, while Mulhouse is KLM's sixth French destination after Paris, Bordeaux, Nice, Marseille and Toulouse.
These two cities are very interesting for both business and holiday travellers. Among other major institutions, Basel also houses the Bank for International Settlements. Basel is also one of Europe's most important centres for contemporary architecture and is a very attractive cultural city. Mulhouse, in the French region of Alsace, has a beautiful historical city centre and a rich offering of museums.
The flights to Basel and Mulhouse will depart daily at 10:00 hours from Amsterdam, arriving at 11:25 hours in Basel/Mulhouse. The flight returns at 12:05 hours, arriving in Amsterdam at 13:35 hours. The second flight departs Amsterdam at 20:30 hours and arrives at Basel/Mulhouse at 21:55 hours. The flight departs the following day at 07:15 hours from Basel/Mulhouse and arrives in Amsterdam at 08:45 hours.
Map airport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg