Articles tagged “klm”

Airlines

KLM CEO on China’s Rebound, Transatlantic Weakness, and Olympic Diversions

After two years dominated by operational headaches, Marjan Rintel tells Skift why she's entering the summer season with a sense of cautious optimism.

KLM CEO on China’s Rebound, Transatlantic Weakness, and Olympic Diversions

Airlines

Where Are the Women? The Airline Industry Reckons With a Broad Gender Gap

In recent decades, women have gone on to lead countries and major companies. But the airline industry has been much slower to close its broad gender gap across senior leadership, engineering and pilot roles.

Where Are the Women? The Airline Industry Reckons With a Broad Gender Gap

Airlines

Airlines Extend Middle East Route Diversions and Cancellations

The new week brings a relative stabilization after a tense weekend, however many airlines are still avoiding parts of the region.

Airlines Extend Middle East Route Diversions and Cancellations

Airlines

Three Things We Learned from Air France-KLM’s 2023 Results

A mixed set of results from Air France-KLM shows that even during the post-pandemic boom, profitability cannot be taken for granted.

Three Things We Learned from Air France-KLM’s 2023 Results

Airline Weekly

Dutch Government Backs Down on Amsterdam Schiphol Cuts, Allows Full Airline Schedules

Score one for the airline industry with the Dutch government's reversal on flight cuts at Schiphol.

Dutch Government Backs Down on Amsterdam Schiphol Cuts, Allows Full Airline Schedules

Airline Weekly

Amsterdam Schiphol Wants to Set the Record Straight on Flight Cuts

Airlines are warily watching the situation at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport where a caretaker Dutch government is pushing through a dramatic cut in the number of flights.

Amsterdam Schiphol Wants to Set the Record Straight on Flight Cuts

Airline Weekly

KLM CEO Rebukes Dutch Proposal to Tax Transit Passengers at Schiphol

First the Dutch government cut flights at Schiphol. Now it wants to tax transit passengers. What more does KLM face?

KLM CEO Rebukes Dutch Proposal to Tax Transit Passengers at Schiphol

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Europe Adopts Sustainable Aviation Fuel Mandates From 2025

The European Parliament on Wednesday approved the bloc's sustainable aviation fuel mandates in the push to cut aviation emissions dramatically. The mandates, which are part of the European Union's Fit for 55 program to cut carbon emissions, require that 2% of all aviation fuel used in the bloc must be low-emission sustainable aviation fuel, or…

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IDEAS: KLM Unveils New Lightweight Business Class Seats

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has unveiled its new World Business Class Seats for its Boeing 777 aircraft.  The new seats have been designed in collaboration with JAMCO, who the carrier previously worked with on the 'Venture' seats featured on the KLM 787 fleet. Credit: KLM The upgraded World Business Class seats will offer direct aisle…

Airline Weekly

Amsterdam Schiphol Flight Cuts Move Forward After KLM, Other Airlines Lose Appeal

The Netherlands will cut flights at Schiphol in the name of reducing noise pollution beginning next year. Small airlines could bear the brunt.

Amsterdam Schiphol Flight Cuts Move Forward After KLM, Other Airlines Lose Appeal