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|Booking||For the cheapest fares book as far in advance as possible, last minute bookings can be very expensive. With every booking, airport taxes, fuel surcharges, booking fees and credit card surcharges could be charged. Fares, ticket conditions and charges are only displayed during the actual booking process.
Online reservation is possible for up to 9 passengers, for larger group reservations you must contact the KLM Group Reservations on 0871 222 5757 (10p/min).
|Whether changes or cancellations can be made depends on the type of fare ticket. Administration fees may also apply. The lowest Economy fares cannot be cancelled, but changes can possibly be made for a fee shown during the booking process.|
|Economy Class seats are fairly standard for a scheduled airline, with around 31" leg room, seat pitch in Business Class is 55-60 inches legroom.
At the time of booking you can pre-select a window or aisle seat. Specific seats can be purchased for a fee shown during booking.
|Food||Meals or a small snack and drink on shorter flights are included in the flight fare.|
|Baggage allowance||Economy Class: 1-2 pieces up to 23 kg each dependent on destination, but extra bags can be purchased for a fee. Hand luggage allowance is 12 kg of 55x25x35cm maximum size, plus handbag, camera, laptop or other small items. Infants under 2 also get 10kg checked-in baggage plus 10kg hand luggage allowance, prams and buggies go free.
Business Class: 2 pieces up to 32 kg each, max. overall dimensions 158 cm. Hand luggage allowance is 18 kg total. More info from here.
Sports equipment: Reserve in advance at KLM Reservations office, fees and conditions apply.
Excess baggage fees differ per flight and depend on the flight zone, starting at 55 Euros for an extra bag. Consider buying a business class ticket if you have a lot of luggage.
|Check-In||Check-in can be done online, at self-service airport machines or airport desk. Internet E-ticket holders can also use Internet check-in. Self-service check-in machines are used a lot at Amsterdam Schiphol, cutting down on queues.
For the latest KLM check-in times see here.
|Fleet|| KLM has a large mixed fleet, mainly dominated by Boeing 747, Boeing 737, and the comfortable Boeing 777 with its excellent audio and video entertainment. Boeing 767 is being phased out and replaced by Airbus A330. KLM also fly a number of distinctive McDonnell Douglas MD-11 aircraft, a tri-engined wide-bodied plane with an engine high up on the tail. For short haul flights KLM Cityhopper uses a fleet of Fokker 50, Fokker 70 and Fokker 100 aircraft.