KLM chooses Munckhof
KLM passengers or passengers of KLM's partners can use the service free of charge. The service runs several times a day via two routes. The first route runs from Maastricht, via Maastricht Airport and Eindhoven Airport, to Schiphol and back again. The second route runs from Nijmegen, via Arnhem, Veenendaal and Rhenen, to Schiphol and back again.
A number of Munckhof coaches have now been transformed into KLM buses. Tom Roefs, the CEO of Munckhof, had this to say about the new cooperative venture. ‘We are proud to be able to provide this regular service for KLM. KLM is one of the best-known organizations in the Netherlands and the oldest airline company in the world. Munckhof is one of the largest passenger transport organizations on the road. It is wonderful that we can now forge even closer links between our brands. Two Munckhof coaches have been given a completely new look with blue KLM stickering, so the KLM Bus is now clearly recognizable.’
Cooperation on multiple fronts
Munckhof has been working with KLM in the field of corporate travel for many years. ‘We take care of international corporate travel for many different organizations in the Netherlands. We work closely alongside airlines such as KLM. The cooperation is running very smoothly. We help our customers travel around the world every day, and the fact that we are now expanding this to include domestic coach transport is a wonderful development,’ says Roefs.