KLM Royal Dutch Airline
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KLM Royal Dutch Airline

KLM has grown to become Europe’s 4th largest airline serving 125 cities in 28 different countries operating a fleet if 181 aircraft including Boeing and Airbus. This Netherlands based airline has arranged partnerships with Air France and Northwest airlines in the united States

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Quick Facts

  • KLM has 30,381 employee’s
  • 181 Aircraft in KLM’s fleet
  • 16,000,000 passengers in 2005

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines History

  • KLM Royal Dutch Airline was founded in 1919
  • May 17, 1920 : First KLM flight. Route: London-Amsterdam

Contact KLM

Website: KLM Dutch Airline

Address: KLM Consumer Relations SPL/MB
Antwoordnummer 747
1110 VG Schiphol Airport
The Netherlands

Phone: 1-800-225-2525

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