Amstelveen – WEBWIRE

“KLM needs to provide its passengers even more convenience and fashion on European flights, whilst reducing the CO2 emissions of flights.”


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KLM has began the finish renewal of the cabins of 14 Boeing 737-800 plane, for each Small business Course and Financial state Class. The refurbished plane, which are mainly utilized for European flights, offer you passengers a lot more ease and comfort and design and eat significantly less gasoline due to the fact the renewed cabin weighs 700 kilos considerably less. The initially refurbished plane has now long gone into company. In March 2022, the interior of the past in this sequence of 737-800s will be fully remodeled. All routines are carried out by KLM’s Engineering and Servicing division.

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At ease, lightweight seats 

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The new ergonomically designed seats for Business Class and Economy Class offer far more comfort and extra legroom. The upholstery is manufactured of mostly recycled leather. The seats are 20% lighter on average, reducing the total cabin weight by 700 kg. This saves 58 tonnes of fuel and 184 tonnes of CO2 emissions per aircraft per year. For all 14 aircraft combined, this represents annual fuel savings of 812 tonnes and a reduction of 2,576 tonnes of CO2 emissions.

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Style and convenience 

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All refurbished Boeing 737-800s are equipped with Wi-Fi. To use the service passengers can purchase vouchers on KLM’s free in-flight portal. Passengers always get 30 minutes of no cost messaging. Each seat has its own USB port for charging devices during the flight. Larger overhead bins provide more storage space on board. LED mood lighting creates a fresh or soothing atmosphere – depending on the time of day.

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Please click on here for a 360 diploma tour of the new cabin.

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“KLM wishes to offer its travellers even more ease and comfort and design on European flights, when decreasing the CO2 emissions of flights. That is why KLM proceeds to invest in its on-board solution and sustainability, so we can proceed to meet our customers’ expectations and emerge stronger from the disaster”

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Boet Kreiken, Executive Vice President Shopper Experience, KLM

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