KLM

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Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij Royal Dutch Airlines
IATA
KL
ICAO
KLM
Callsign
KLM
Founded 7 October 1919 (1919-10-07)
Commenced operations 17 May 1920 (1920-05-17)
Hubs Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Frequent-flyer program Flying Blue
Airport lounge
  • KLM Crown Lounge
  • SkyTeam Lounge
Alliance SkyTeam
Subsidiaries
Fleet size 118 (excl. subsidaries)
Destinations 136
Company slogan Een reis vol inspiratie ("Journeys of inspiration")
Parent company Air France-KLM
Headquarters Amstelveen, Netherlands
Key people Albert Plesman (Founder)
Camiel Eurlings (President & CEO)[1]
Website www.klm.com
A KLM Boeing 737 (2006)
Head office of KLM

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is an airline that is a part of Air France-KLM. Its based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It has flights that stay in Netherlands and other flights that go world-wide. KLM goes to 90 different places and its main airport or hub is Amsterdam Schipol Airport. Before KLM combined with Air France, KLM was the main airline of the Netherlands. KLM is the world's oldest airline with its original name. In March 2007, KLM had 30,118 people working for it.

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