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As of 2016, the KLM fleet comprises of approximately 150 aircraft, which includes various models of Airbus and Boeing planes. Each plane has an Economy Class, Economy Comfort, and Business Class. Facilities available differ between short trips and long-haul KLM flights. The in-flight magazine is available to passengers on all flights. Meals are also provided, and duty free merchandise is available for purchase.
Features that World Business Class long-haul passengers may enjoy include:
Travellers flying with this airline may check-in online, choose a seat online, make adjustments to a booking (such as add extra luggage), and even place orders in advance for duty free merchandise. For those requiring special assistance, be sure to make a request 48 hours in advance. Wheelchairs are usually transported free of charge.
KLM is a family friendly airline, and reduced fares are available for kids. On intercontinental flights, kids are provided with a tasty child sized meal, a Bluey play set (Bluey is the airline mascot), and an eye mask. All seats feature an in-flight entertainment set. On European flights, children receive an activity book and Bluey passport holder.
Frequently asked questions about KLM
KLM is based in Amstelveen close to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. It was founded in 1919, and is today the oldest airline that continues to operate under its original name. In 2004 the airline merged with Air France. KLM is an acronym for Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij, which means Royal Dutch Airlines.