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KLM (Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij - Royal Dutch Airlines) is an airline operating flights out of the Netherlands. In truth it is an airline subsidiary of the holding company, Air France-KLM (in May 2004 Air France merged with KLM).

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KLM flights can be booked at their website www.klm.com

KLM flights new planes

KLM (Royal Dutch Airlines) plans on replacing its current generation Boeing 737 aircraft with new generation 737s. On the 20th June 2007, KLM Airlines announced orders for 7 next generation Boeing 737-700s (and they also have options to purchase 7 more Boeing 737-700s). KLM Airlines is also changing a summer 2008 order for 3 existing Boeing 737-800 orders to Boeing 737-700s. Boeing's 737 700 usually seats 149 passengers in all economy configuration or 132 passengers in a 2 class cabin. KLM estimates that as a result of aerodynamic advantages, it will reduce fuel burn by some 3% with the new generation 737s, the new generation planes are also less noisy.

As of June 2007 , KLM Airlines operates a fleet of 47 Next Generation and Boeing Classic 737 planes.

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