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KLM Cityhopper finalises Embraer E195-E2 order

KLM Cityhopper finalises Embraer E195-E2 order

13 November 2019 Airline News

Embraer and KLM Cityhopper have signed a firm order for 21 E195-E2 aircraft, plus 14 purchase rights. The 21 firm positions will be acquired via operating lease from Embraer lessor partners Aircastle and ICBC Aviation Leasing.

KLM becomes first airline to launch WhatsApp Business account

KLM becomes first airline to launch WhatsApp Business account

7 September 2017 Videos

WhatsApp and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines have started a unique test for a new service on WhatsApp. KLM now offers her customers around the world booking confirmation, check-in notification, boarding pass, flight status updates and asking questions in ten different languages on WhatsApp via the official WhatsApp Business application.

KLM adds Namibia and Angola to winter schedule

KLM adds Namibia and Angola to winter schedule

25 August 2016 Airline News Tourism News

KLM is expanding its network of routes this winter, offering three direct flights a week from Amsterdam to Windhoek via Luanda, Angola. As of October, a KLM Airbus A330-200 will depart from Amsterdam at 22:45 every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday for an overnight flight to the Namibian capital.

Jet Airways to launch non-stop flights from Amsterdam to India

Jet Airways to launch non-stop flights from Amsterdam to India

23 March 2016 Airline News

Jet Airways will launch daily non-stop flights from Amsterdam to offer significantly enhanced connectivity between Europe, the United States and India via the Netherlands. Effective March 27th, Jet Airways will operate two daily non-stop flights from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, one each to its hubs in Mumbai and New Delhi. Jet Airways will also operate a daily flight to Toronto from Amsterdam.

KLM brings WeChat to skies

KLM brings WeChat to skies

Nexmo, the leading cloud communications platform company, today announced its Chat App API is empowering KLM to engage with Chinese customers on WeChat, the leading social communication platform, through Salesforce Service Cloud. KLM Royal Dutch airlines is now able to process and handle user inquiries from Chinese customers on WeChat more efficiently based on previous interactions with users on multiple platforms.