KLM partners: SkyTeam
KLM is a renowned airline that is known for the high quality of its in-flight service and global network. To maintain this positive image and increase its reach, KLM relies on a network of partners that has similar quality standards with regard to their aircraft, on-board service and facilities at airports. KLM is part of the SkyTeam network: a global partnership of select airlines. KLM is based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
What is SkyTeam?
SkyTeam Airline Alliance is one of the major global cooperatives of airlines in which 19 different airlines work together to improve the travel experiences of their customers. All member companies of SkyTeam focus on flexibility, seamless connections and comfort for the traveler. A member of KLM’s frequent flyer program Flying Blue is automatically a member of SkyTeam through this partnership. SkyTeam members enjoy the same benefits with all 19 airlines as with their own airline. Miles earned, airports lounges and boarding privileges are all shared.
Which airlines are part of the Skyteam partnership?
19 Member Airlines from all over the world are members of the SkyTeam Airline Alliance. KLM therefore has 18 SkyTeam partners: The seven companies Aeroflot, Air Europe, Air France, Alitalia, Czech Airlines, KLM and TAROM are active within Europe. The Asian market is mainly served by the following eight Skyteam members: China Airlines, China Eastern, Garuda Indonesia, Korean Air, MEA (Middle Eastern Airlines), Saudia, Vietnam Airlines and XiamenAir. North and South America are served by Delta Air Lines and by Aerolíneas Argentinas and Aeroméxico respectively. Kenya Airways is the only African affiliated partner that is part of the SkyTeam network.
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