Dutch airline KLM wrote on Twitter: “Following the announcement from the Dutch Government of further travel
restrictions for passengers arriving into the Netherlands from the UK, KLM has had to make the difficult decision
to adapt our flight schedule to meet all requirements.
“As a result of this, all KLM flights between the UK and The Netherlands from 23rd January to 27th January
inclusive have been canceled.
“KLM flights to and from Dublin remain unchanged.
“Please note that currently KLM flights from Cork and Belfast to Amsterdam are suspended until 28 February.
“We apologize for any inconvenience caused to our customers.”