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The expansion of this service by Munckhof is a positive development for travelers who want to use a free and more sustainable option for traveling to and from Schiphol.

KLM is expanding its unique bus service for passengers, adding an extra service to the Nijmegen – Arnhem – Schiphol route from March 31. This expansion results in two daily journeys on this route, with which the airline and its partner Munckhof meet the growing demand for more sustainable and flexible travel options. The addition of a luxurious extended Mercedes Sprinter, a midibus suitable for 20 people, underlines the commitment to comfort and sustainability. The bus, completely equipped with KLM branding, emphasizes the characteristic quality and service for which the airline is known.

This service, which is available free of charge all year round to KLM customers with a connecting flight, is part of a broader strategy to promote sustainability in the travel industry. By switching completely to biofuel for these services, KLM, together with Munckhof, is taking major steps towards a greener future. Tom Roefs, CEO of Munckhof Group, emphasizes the importance of this development: “With more flexibility and attention to sustainability, we are ready to further expand our role as a partner of KLM and offer travelers a comfortable and reliable travel experience.”

The collaboration between KLM and Munckhof has long been known for its commitment to innovation and sustainability in passenger transport. Bas Gerressen, SVP Benelux, Dutch Caribbean & Suriname at KLM, confirms this: “The collaboration has led to us switching from conventional fuel to biofuel. By using the midi bus, we can offer our customers even more and better connections in the future.”

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“We appreciate the good cooperation with Munckhof as a loyal partner of KLM for bus transport to and from Schiphol. The collaboration has led us to switch from conventional fuel to biofuel. By using the midi bus, we can offer our customers even more and better connections in the future. We trust that we will continue to innovate and become more sustainable together with Munckhof.”

The bus service between Nijmegen, Arnhem and Schiphol is not only a testament to KLM's commitment to sustainability, but also offers an unparalleled service to travelers. The expansion of this service responds to the growing need for sustainable travel options and highlights the continued efforts of both KLM and Munckhof to meet the needs of the modern traveler. This step fits within a broader trend in the aviation industry, where sustainability is increasingly coming to the fore.

With the expansion of this bus service, KLM and Munckhof are setting a new standard for airlines worldwide. It offers a glimpse into the future of travel, where convenience, comfort and, above all, sustainability are central. This development is an important step forward in the aviation industry's efforts to reduce its carbon footprint and usher in a new phase of environmentally conscious travel.

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