Wednesday, 8 April 2015 - 11:04
KLM offers free Schiphol, Nijmegen, Arnhem shuttle bus
KLM will offer passengers a free-of-charge bus service from Nijmegen, Arnhem and surroundings to Schiphol airport starting May 1, the airline announced Tuesday. "KLM is offering its passengers from the Nijmegen-Arnhem region a comfortable and relaxed start, or finish, to their trip. KLM will initiate a robust schedule on this line and then consider adding other connections to Schiphol," said Harm Kreulen, managing director of KLM. The bus will travel twice a day, seven days a week from Nimegen and Arnhem central stations to Schiphol Airport and back. The schedule is available here. Passengers will have access to free WiFi, coffee, tea, water and KLM's free in-flight magazine on the bus. KLM will also rebook passengers on another flight free of charge if the bus arrives late for any reason. Passengers traveling with KLM ore one of its partner airlines can reserve the bus through KLM's website or a travel agent starting today.