The service will be operated using Airbus A330-200 equipment under flight numbers KL675 and KL676. The Edmonton service was due to commence on 5 May 2015, but was postponed.
Flights to Edmonton will be operated on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays and, from 26 June, on Fridays. Responding to customer demand, KLM is offering three different classes onboard the A330-200: 30 seats in World Business Class; 178 seats in Economy Class; and 35 seats in Economy Comfort Zone (10 cm extra legroom, a backrest that can recline twice as far and priority disembarkation).
The flight from Amsterdam departs at 14:45 hours and lands in Edmonton at 15:45 hours local time. The return flight departs at 18:10 hours from Edmonton and lands the next day at 10:45 hours in Amsterdam.
The Air France-KLM Group serves five destinations in Canada from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Paris Charles de Gaulle: Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal (operated by KLM and Air France), and Calgary and Edmonton (operated by KLM).
Air France-KLM has a codeshare agreement with the Canadian airline WestJet. This provides passengers with up to 30 extra routes within Canada which connect to the Air France-KLM network.