KLM: from Graz Airport to Amsterdam

| December 15, 2016

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For the passengers of the Grazer Airport, this means, in addition to a new airline with a new destination, access to another major European airport as well as the third airline alliance, the SkyTeam. The new connection was mainly driven by the good cooperation between KLM and Graz Airport as well as the Styrian Economy Commitment.

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