From December 10, 2020, KLM will fly twice a week from Amsterdam-Schiphol to Zanzibar in the Indian Ocean. From the Tanzanian island you continue to Dar es Salaam and from there non-stop back to Amsterdam. For travelers from Austria there are feeder connections from Vienna or Graz via Amsterdam.
With the two triangular flights over Zanzibar, KLM has a total of up to six weekly connections to Dar es Salaam in its flight schedule. Four of them lead over Kilimanjaro. Boeing 787-9 and B787-10 are used on the Tanzania connections.
Flight KL515 takes off from Amsterdam at 9:40 a.m. and lands in Zanzibar at 8:25 p.m. From there it goes on to Dar es Salaam at 9:40 p.m. arriving at 10:35 p.m. KL515 takes off from Dar es Salaam at 11:40 p.m. and lands in Amsterdam at 7 a.m. the following morning.
Dream destination Zanzibar
The main island Unguja and the smaller Pemba form the Zanzibar archipelago in the Indian Ocean with numerous secondary islands. Zanzibar is part of the Republic of Tanzania, but has its own government and partial autonomy. Fine sandy beaches, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (“Stone Town” – the historical part of Zanzibar City) and spice gardens, which can be visited on guided tours, are tourist highlights of the archipelago.