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AmsterdamAMSNetherlands flagNetherlandsAberdeenFlights from Amsterdam to AberdeenFlights to Aberdeen from AmsterdamKLM
AmsterdamAMSNetherlands flagNetherlandsBirminghamFlights from Amsterdam to BirminghamFlights to Birmingham from AmsterdamKLM
AmsterdamAMSNetherlands flagNetherlandsBristolFlights from Amsterdam to BristolFlights to Bristol from AmsterdamKLM
AmsterdamAMSNetherlands flagNetherlandsCardiffFlights from Amsterdam to CardiffFlights to Cardiff from AmsterdamKLM
AmsterdamAMSNetherlands flagNetherlandsDurhamFlights from Amsterdam to DurhamFlights to Durham from AmsterdamKLM
AmsterdamAMSNetherlands flagNetherlandsEdinburghFlights from Amsterdam to EdinburghFlights to Edinburgh from AmsterdamKLM
AmsterdamAMSNetherlands flagNetherlandsGlasgow International Flights from Amsterdam to Glasgow International Flights to Glasgow International from AmsterdamKLM
AmsterdamAMSNetherlands flagNetherlandsHumbersideFlights from Amsterdam to HumbersideFlights to Humberside from AmsterdamKLM
AmsterdamAMSNetherlands flagNetherlandsLeeds BradfordFlights from Amsterdam to Leeds BradfordFlights to Leeds Bradford from AmsterdamKLM
AmsterdamAMSNetherlands flagNetherlandsLondon HeathrowFlights from Amsterdam to London HeathrowFlights to London Heathrow from AmsterdamKLM
AmsterdamAMSNetherlands flagNetherlandsManchesterFlights from Amsterdam to ManchesterFlights to Manchester from AmsterdamKLM
AmsterdamAMSNetherlands flagNetherlandsNewcastleFlights from Amsterdam to NewcastleFlights to Newcastle from AmsterdamKLM
AmsterdamAMSNetherlands flagNetherlandsNorwichFlights from Amsterdam to NorwichFlights to Norwich from AmsterdamKLM


Why fly with KLM?

One of the main reasons for KLM being so popular with passengers in the UK is that they offer flights to some 400 destinations worldwide through their main hub at Amsterdam Schiphol airport.  KLM have more inward feeder flights from UK regional airports than any other European airline, and even where they face competition for point to point flights to Amsterdam, KLM usually carry many more passengers, due to offering a much higher frequency of service than any of their rivals.

KLM and Amsterdam

The combination of the generally high service standards of KLM, and the user-friendliness of their Amsterdam hub (an unsurpassed level of facilities compared to any other European airport, with everything being under one roof), ensures that KLM arguably have the strongest brand of any non-UK based European airline.

Why not?

Our own user experiences of KLM have been extremely positive, but cost-cutting measures in recent years have led some passengers to complain about a decline in the level of service. KLM's long-standing alliance with struggling US-based carrier Northwest might be a cause of concern to some passengers, especially as it is Northwest, rather than KLM, who operate the vast majority of flights between Amsterdam and the USA. KLM's fleet includes a number of older Fokker regional jets and turboprops, many of which are used on the airlines UK routes. However, for long haul flights, where comfort tends to be much more important, KLM have also been investing heavily in fleet upgrades, currently favouring the Boeing 777 for their high profile routes.

Airline Profile

Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij, if you were wondering - or Royal Aviation Airways, if your Dutch isnt what it used to be. The national airline of the Netherlands was founded in 1919 and became the oldest independent carrier in the world before its 2004 merger with Air France; at which point, it assumed the title of the worlds largest airline partnership.

Despite the merger, KLM - operating out of the supremely well-organised Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam - remains Dutch through and through. Indeed, passengers in first and WorldBusiness class traditionally receive a most idiosyncratic freebie: tiny porcelain replicas of Dutch townhouses, filled with the local libation jenever.

Although theres concern about the effect consolidation with Air France has had on KLMs customer service, above the ground its the very definition of a smart, cosmopolitan modern airline. The food - smoked salmon strata or raisin tea biscuit for breakfast, anyone? - has scored highly in taste tests, and the airline is one of the few to have committed to (and had the resources to commit to) a full refurbishment program in recent years: no more tatty upholstery, private screens in each seat, even in economy. If the company could find a way to address the recurring complaint about the stiffness of their seats when set in the reclining position, theyd get top marks.

Quick Facts

  • Airline Code: KL
  • Alternative Name: KLM - Air France
  • Type: ASC