In the reading of this article, you will find ✅ KLM’s customer service numbers ✅, from which you can make the requests you want about their services.
Ticket purchases, complaints, schedule changes, cancellations and much more.
We show you the best ways to contact KLM by phone and discuss your needs with their customer service department.
KLM Customer Service
Here are the toll-free numbers you can call to contact the airline.
KLM phone and reservations 913754546
Customer Service (+34) 902222747
Luggage Claims Telephone 913753097
KLM is the acronym for Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij (commonly known as Royal Dutch Airlines, literally from the Dutch Royal Aviation Company). It is the main airline in the Netherlands, which has also been a subsidiary of Air France-KLM since the end of 2003.
Services provided by KLM
KLM provides business and economy class services on all of its aircraft.
On long-haul aircraft, we can see a third class which is known as the “comfort economy class”.
On short-haul aircraft, we have a Business Class called Europe Select, while on long-haul business class aircraft it is called World Business Class.
KLM’s usual services pass through the check-in area and reception of boarding passes for each and every flight on the journey, as well as luggage tagging until it reaches its final destination.
Miles can be redeemed and accrued for all Flying Blue passengers belonging to the Sky Team group, in addition to the complimentary food and beverage service offered onboard the aircraft.
KLM Airline and services
With Air Europa, Sky Priority will be for Business Class passengers or members of Sky Team Elite and Elite Plus, as well as for them to check-in it is necessary to do so online or at the airport itself; lounges are reserved for members of Sky Team or Elite Plus and both meals and drinks in Economy Class are purchased separately from the ticket, unlike Business Class which are these courtesy.
With Air France, you can order free French and international press before boarding, and meals and drinks are offered on all intercontinental and European flights.
With Air Lingus, we can only book Economy Class seats on flights from Ireland to Amsterdam, you can choose your seat online when booking your ticket, Flying Blue members can either accrue or redeem miles with your KLM number.
In the case of Alitalia, the services offered to KLM users are practically the same as those offered by Air Lingus, but in this case, only the official website of the airline should be used.
With Aeroflot, Economy passengers will be able to choose the seat they want 24 hours in advance and Business Class passengers will be able to do so online when making their reservation; online check-in is not possible on the first flight and therefore must be made at the airport itself; in addition, some aperitifs, non-alcoholic beverages, and complimentary meals are offered (alcoholic beverages are charged separately).
Basically the other airlines associated with KLM, offer the same services, with some differences within the specific characteristics of each company, for more details we can consult the respective websites of each of them.
History of KLM
KLM was created on 7 October 1919 and is now the oldest airline still operating under its original name. KLM’s first flight was on 17 May 1920, from London to Amsterdam, carrying two British journalists and a significant load of newspapers.