KLM and Eurowings have decided to continue their cooperation under a new agreement. A shorter term and more flexible arrangement will replace the existing cooperation agreement between the two airlines. Eurowings, as a capacity provider, will fly routes between Germany and Amsterdam with aircraft KLM livery and service specifications. This will enable KLM to position it`s own brand identity in the German markets and make short term network adjustments if and where necessary. This will allow KLM more flexibility to adjust the network in the context of its Baseline cost-cutting program.
KLM and Eurowings jointly serve the routes between Amsterdam and the German cities of Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Bremen, Hanover, Stuttgart, Cologne, Nuremberg, Dortmund, Munster, Paderborn, Leipzig and Dresden. As of the winter schedule, the latter two cities will no longer be directly connected with Amsterdam.