A KLM Royal Dutch Airline is the national airlines of Netherlands and it is a part of Air France-KLM in Netherlands. The main hub or base is of KLM Airlines is Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport. The Royal Dutch KLM is the oldest airline in the world and is still in operation.
KLM Airlines got merged with Air France in May 2004 and created Air France-KLM, which is incorporated under the French law with its headquarters situated at Roisse-Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris. Even after their merger both KLM Airlines and Air France fly under their distinct original brand names. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is a part of the Sky Team alliance network.
KLM AIRLINES FLEET
KLM Royal Dutch airlines exists with a big fleet of aircrafts counting to more than 117 aircrafts including the Airbus A330-200, Boeing 737-200, 737-400, 737-700, 737-800, 737-900, 747-400, 747-400M, 777-200ER, 777-300ER & Mc Donnell Douglas MD-11.
KLM Royal Dutch airlines was the sole operator of Douglas DC-5.
KLM AIRLINES DESTINATIONS
KLM Airlines covers a wide range of destination spread all over the world as mentioned below
OTHER INFORMATION ABOUT KLM AIRLINES
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines offers Business (World Business on Long Haul flights) and Economy class to its customers; it has also got a flexible economy class called as Europe Select. Europe Select is KLMs premium product on shorter sectors offering a 33 inch pitch, meal service, priority boarding, extra baggage allowance, double flying blue miles and flexible bookings. In Asia it has got a wholly owned subsidiary known as KLM Asia.