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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines – Journeys of Inspiration!

Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij N.V. more commonly known as KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, is the oldest airline in the world still operating under its original name. Set up in 1919, KLM today is one of the largest airlines in the world, carrying over 25 million passengers to destinations across the globe, with a fleet of over 200 aircraft and this year it celebrated its 99th Birthday, becoming the only airline in the world to reach this milestone. Since 1919, KLM has continued operating under its original name, making it one of a kind in the aviation industry.

KLM carried a record 32.7 million passengers in 2017, offering its passengers direct flights to 165 destinations with a modern fleet of more than 160 aircraft. The airline employs a workforce of more 32,000 people worldwide. The KLM Group as a whole transported more than 41 million passengers in 2017. In addition to KLM, the KLM Group includes KLM Cityhopper, Transavia and Martinair. The KLM network connects the Netherlands with all of the world’s key economic regions and is a powerful engine driving the Netherlands’ economy.

Here we take a look at the long and colourful history of one of the worlds most iconic airlines.

Simply click on one of the pictures below to enter the gallery….

See also KLM’s entry in our ‘Style in the Aisles’ Top Ten Cabin Crew Uniforms of 2016.

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