KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, together with its partners, serves a global network connecting more than 85 countries on six continents. This network includes daily direct services between Amsterdam and Johannesburg, operated by a Boeing 747-400. In conjunction to this, a daily direct service operates between Amsterdam and Cape Town during the summer months, with regular services in winter, operated by a Boeing 777-200.
KLM’s Home Base…
Since the carrier’s first flight in 1919, its home base has been at Schiphol Airport, which offers an efficient, well-structured and user-friendly hub. The one-terminal concept enables passengers to change planes quickly and easily, with the See Buy Fly shopping centre having been awarded numerous prizes for excellence.
Klm.co.za makes it easy for you to do business with KLM
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The simple and efficient online booking engine allows you to book your trip from the comfort of your computer in a few easy-to-follow steps. In a single visit to www.klm.co.za, you can book your flights and use the travel services to find a hotel, rent a car, plan your sightseeing and join all the loyalty programmes.
And because everybody hates standing in queues, KLM also offer various time-saving ground services to make your journey to and through the airport quick and easy. At www.klm.co.za, you will experience a level of convenience that puts KLM thousands of feet above the rest.
KLM’s merge with Air France: What it means for Passengers
Since the merger with Air France in May 2004, the Air France-KLM group is the world’s largest airline group in terms of turnover. While each airline has retained its identity, trade name and brand, passengers are presented with additional benefits such as more flexible and convenient connections, combined fares as well as a joint frequent flyer program, Flying Blue.
Flying Blue: The loyalty Programme for Individuals
Flying Blue launched in June 2005 and is a milestone in aviation history. Together with more than 30 airline partners, it enables travellers to earn and use Miles advantageously on the 18 000 daily flights to 900 destinations.
Furthermore, some 100 non-airline partners have joined the programme, which increases the number of opportunities to enjoy rewards.
There is also a dedicated Frequent Flyer service desk in Johannesburg to assist you. Feel free to contact them on 0860 333 375 or email@example.com.
KLM BlueBiz: The Corporate Loyalty Programme
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines now offers a unique new loyalty product for corporate companies called KLM BlueBiz. This programme promises a quick and easy way for companies to earn free tickets and other privileges with KLM.
KLM BlueBiz is aimed at those businesses that are currently not enrolled on an incentive scheme with KLM and have moderate travel budgets.
No matter when or how often you travel, your company can earn KLM Blue Credits on all KLM and partners* tickets issued in South Africa. The number of credits you earn will depend on the destination and booking class. KLM Blue Credits never expire and this allows the company to use them to apply for free tickets or the KLM Plus Service.
In other words, fly to many destinations within the KLM and partners global route network and enjoy KLM’s reliable, comfortable and friendly service. This is now more economical than ever thanks to KLM BlueBiz.
What’s more, an added advantage is that the company’s employees will still continue to earn their own Miles on the Flying Blue programme, the loyalty programme rewarding individual flyers.
Don’t miss out, enroll free of charge at www.klm.co.za!