KLM Royal Dutch Airlines organizes repatriation flights from South Africa

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has announced it has cooperated with the Dutch Embassy in South Africa to organize several repatriation flights from Johannesburg and Cape Town, the company said.

These flights are aimed to enable Dutch nationals as well as residents of other European Union members and Schengen states to return home.

People eligible for the flights are:
-citizens of European Union, the United Kingdom, Norway and Switzerland
-holders of Residence permit for any of the European Union countries
-holders of Residence permit for the United Kingdom, Norway or Switzerland
-third country residents (outside European Union countries + United Kingdom + Switzerland + Norway) in transit in Amsterdam with a connecting flight to countries outside the EU Schengen area, with their luggage labelled through
-goreign citizens married to European Union citizens issued with the appropriate visa for their destination
-foreign citizens with Residence Permit for any of the European Union countries + United Kingdom + Switzerland + Norway
foreign citizens holding MVV (D-visa) for any of the European Union countries + United Kingdom + Switzerland + Norway

KLM is taking a series of measures to passengers and its staff as safe as possible.