KLM will soon be adding Cork (a city in Southern Ireland) to its network. As of the 3rd of August, KLM will be flying every day from Amsterdam Schipol to Cork using an Embraer 175 (part of the E-Jet series). KLM was supposed to start flying to Cork in March, but due to the effects of the coronavirus on the aviation industry, it didn’t happen. This is KLM’s flight schedule between Amsterdam and Cork: Flight KL1085 will depart from Amsterdam daily at 12.05 and will arrive in Cork at 12.55 and flight KL 1086 will depart from Cork daily at 13.25 and will arrive in Amsterdam at 16.10. All times are local. Cork Airport’s managing director, Niall MacCarthy, has now expressed his joy at KLM’s arrival in Cork: “KLM is a fabulous airline and we’re really thrilled to finally welcome them to Cork Airport. KLM is part of the Air France KLM group, both parts of which be operating from Cork this year. I firmly believe that more choice is always good for the travelling public. The new service will connect directly into the KLM network in Amsterdam offering great prices and great long-haul options direct from Cork Airport. We expect tourism and the business community throughout the South of Ireland will see the benefits of this new service operated by crisp blue Embraer KLM aircraft from August”. It is good to see that things are getting back to normal in the aviation industry. 14th of July 2020.