Amadeus has announced flagship carrier KLM has implemented Amadeus Ancillary Services in the Netherlands. Through AAS, KLM is now able to offer travel agencies the option to book Economy Comfort seats, expanding the access to its content of ancillary products and services.
Year-round access to Aruba is becoming easier for UK visitors as of this month, with the introduction of new KLM Royal Dutch Airlines’ flights on 30 October 2011. The news comes at a time when other carriers have been cutting services to the Caribbean due to APD concerns.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and WestJet have operated their first code share flights in a code share agreement between the two airlines which will allow KLM to market and distribute WestJet operated flights under KLM flight numbers. This will enhance the travel possibilities for our customers, giving them access to 30 domestic Canadian routes.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is the latest travel brand to sign up with RightNow in a bid to enhance the level of customer support for their mobile website. BTN speaks to Ian Tickle, who was recently appointed as vice president, EMEA, RightNow, to find out some of the latest challenges and trends for travel organisations looking to boost their mobile web presence.
RightNow is powering great customer experiences for airline KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. With RightNow CX, the customer experience suite, KLM is delivering dynamic support information to customers on its award winning mobile website.
Dutch flag carrier KLM has unveiled plans to use recycled cooking oil on 200 flights between Paris and Amsterdam. The planes will use biokerosene, a fuel derived from used frying oil, which has to be tested to meet the same technical specifications as traditional kerosene.
Dutch flag-carrier KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is to return to Rio de Janeiro with effect from November 1st 2011. Rio is an attractive destination for European tourists especially because of famously popular beaches like Copacabana and Ipanema.
Air France and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, one of the world’s largest airline groups flying more than 71 million passengers annually, and Amadeus, a leading travel technology partner and transaction processor for the global travel and tourism industry, today announce the group’s successful migration to Amadeus’ Altéa Inventory solution.
KLM has reignited the debate about EU airline compensation rules, following its decision to reimburse only 24 hours worth of hotel and meal expenses to passengers caught up in the volcanic ash cloud.
Already sharing the same reservation system from Amadeus, the two airlines take one step further toward the consolidation and modernisation of their passenger service system.
OK, so we are not usually excited about luggage tags, but this is a pretty cool promotion from KLM
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and the Romanian flag carrier TAROM are to begin codesharing from 1 of June 2009. The codeshare agreement applies to connecting flights between Amsterdam and Bucharest and vice versa.