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KLM offers customers tours and activities

By Sharon Evers | September 21, 2017

From Skip-the-Line tickets to the Eiffel Tower, shark diving in Cape Town, or panoramic views from New York’s Empire State Building. From today, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is offering its customers around the world the opportunity to book GetYourGuide tours and activities through KLM using Messenger, KLM.com, the KLM app, or the portal on board…

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Amsterdam Airport Schiphol presents new terminal

By Sharon Evers | September 18, 2017

Schiphol has chosen the design of KAAN Architecten for their new terminal. The new terminal will open in 2023 and will allow 14 million more passengers to travel through Schiphol annually. The new terminal is an expansion of Schiphol’s existing terminal, making it possible to retain the one terminal concept. The consortium’s innovative thinker is…

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KLM first airline with verified WhatsApp business account

By Sharon Evers | September 18, 2017

WhatsApp and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines have started a unique test for a new service on WhatsApp. KLM now offers her customers around the world booking confirmation, check-in notification, boarding pass, flight status updates and asking questions in 10 different languages on WhatsApp via the official WhatsApp Business application. KLM is one of the first…

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Hurricane Irma: Strongest ever Atlantic storm makes landfall in Caribbean

By Sharon Evers | September 6, 2017

Hurricane Irma strengthened into a dangerous Category 5 storm as it roared toward the northeast Caribbean on a path that could take it to the United States. The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Irma had sustained winds of 175 mph and was centered about 270 miles east of Antigua. It was moving west at 14…

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