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KLM Royal Dutch Airlinesis said to be the flag carrier airline of the Netherlands, which was found in 1919. Its headquarters stands tall in Amstelveen where its hub is located at the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. It is not only a member of the SkyTeam airline alliance but also of the Air France-KLM group. The airline is said to be the oldest in the world where it has not changed its operating name since inception. It's fleet size is 119 where it offers cargo and passenger services to 145 destinations.
KLM Airlines offers three cabin classes, which is for the international long-haul routes, i.e. the World Business Class, Economy Comfort, and Economy. All of the long-haul aircraft are equipped with the personal screens that have the audio-video on-demand, SMS, e-mail and satellite phone services. The rear cabin is inclusive of Economy seats in the European short-haul and medium-haul flights. The forward cabin is inclusive of Europe Business and Economy Comfort.
When it comes to the in-flight services of KLM Airlines, there is an in-flight entertainment system available for all the classes, which is on the widebody aircraft. The passengers in the flight are availed with the Audio/Video on Demand. The entertainment system is inclusive of television programs, movies, language courses, and games. There are 80 movies available to choose from which are also available in many languages. The airline also provides international newspapers on the long-haul flights whereas, on the short-haul flights, this amenity is only offered to the Europe Business Class passengers. There is an in-flight magazine provided to the travelers i.e. Holland Herald and also a selection of the international magazines which is only availed to the World Business Class passengers, which is on the long-haul flights.
When it comes to the catering services, the World Business Class passengers can munch on to the delectable three-course meal. The delicious and lip-smacking dishes served on board are developed by the leading Dutch chef. The Economy Class passengers are served with hot meals and snack on the long-haul flights and depending on the duration of the flight, the passengers are also served with a second hot breakfast or a meal. When it comes to the short-haul flights, the travelers are offered a sweet or savory snack or sandwiches where this also depends on the duration and the time of the day.
If the passengers require a special meal, it can be requested at 24 to 36 hours before the departure. The special meals include medical or religious meals, or children’s meal or a vegetarian meal. There are also authentic Asian meals offered on all the classes on flights to China, India, Japan, and South Korea.
Flying Blue Program
Flying Blue is an Air France-KLM’s frequent flyer program that awards miles to the passengers which is based on the distance traveled, class of service and ticket fare. There are also other airlines that have adopted the Flying Blue program which includes Kenya Airways, Air Europa, Aircalin, Garuda Indonesia, and TAROM.