Friday, June 9, 2017

Europe Trip Flying Experience with KLM

Last year autumn I went on an Europe tour with my sister and buddies. We covered Amsterdam, Budapest, Austria and Czech Republic in 2 weeks trip. To make our trip easier and to save time, we boarded the multicities flight from Amsterdam to Budapest, and from Prague back to Amsterdam.

We arrived Schiphol Airport Amsterdam early morning via train from the town. The self drop baggage process was so fun as we have not experienced this elsewhere by operating that machine. I wish Malaysia Airport can be advanced like that.






After dropping our baggages, we just grabbed some simple breakfast in one of the cafes. The selection of pastries and bun was quite good and we especially enjoyed eating the delicious croissants.













After having breakfast and shopped around the big airport, we boarded the flight on time.

The flight was quite full but the seat is comfortable. We were given a mineral water and a set of deliciously made chicken mayo sandwich in the nearly 2 hours flight. The air stewardess were friendly and offered us a selection of beverages on top of the sandwich set. I saw a passenger requested for red wine and she was given a mini bottle of red wine, so cute!

The journey was relaxing and we able to rest ourselves before reaching Budapest and exploring the city.

We flew from Prague to Amsterdam roughly 10 days later and the experience was as great as before. We had egg sandwich with drink of our choice .

In total our price for this multicities journey was around rm750 inclusive of a 23kg check in baggage. It was a good deal that we managed to get during KLM promotion. I would like to fly again with KLM in the future with the happy experience we had.
 













Currently KLM is doing promotion for flights from Malaysia to many part of Europes. Do not miss the chance to grab an affordable ticket and start your Europe tour. Amsterdam airport is also a great place for transit or stop over because it is so big and fun to explore.


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