KLM Royal Dutch Airlines

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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is a worldwide airline company based in the Netherlands. It comprises the core of the KLM Group, which further includes KLM Cityhopper, transavia.com and Martinair. Since their merger in 2004, KLM works closely with Air France within the AIR FRANCE KLM holding company. In terms of financial turnover, AIR FRANCE KLM is the world's largest airline partnership; it also transports the most passengers and is the world's second-largest cargo transporter.


Strategy and core business

AIR FRANCE KLM’s strategy can be expressed as: one Group, two Airlines, and three Core Activities. It indicates that KLM maintains its own company identity within the international airline industry. And that KLM can give substance to its business activities as it sees fit, as long as they are attuned with those of the AIR FRANCE KLM Group as a whole. KLM’s core businesses are passenger transport, cargo shipment, and aircraft maintenance

Worldwide network

KLM and Air France each have their own networks. Together they maintain a worldwide network of flight connections based on what they call their Dual-Hub Strategy. The two hubs are Air France’s home base, Paris Charles de Gaulle and KLM’s home base, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Together with Air France, KLM offers passengers and cargo shippers more than 250 destinations, whether non stop connections or links to secondary destinations.

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Location

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
P.O. Box 7700
1117 ZL Schiphol Airport, The Netherlands
Netherlands

Telephone: 
+31 20 64 99123, +31 20 5459780
Fax: 
+31 20 6488537

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