Réseau et alliances

La coopération avec des partenaires nous permet de nous renforcer et d’étendre notre grand réseau ainsi que de contribuer à la force de notre hub de Schiphol.

Les destinations de KLM

En raison de l’interconnexion de réseaux desservis par un large éventail de compagnies aériennes, l’aéroport d’Amsterdam-Schiphol offre aux passagers un accès à quasiment toutes les destinations majeures à travers le monde.

KLM introduit régulièrement des vols vers de nouvelles destinations. Lorsqu’elle étend son réseau, KLM suit de près l'évolution des affaires et des loisirs dans des pays et des régions spécifiques qui offrent des opportunités de croissance rentable. KLM dessert actuellement 162 destinations à travers le monde, dont 70 sont intercontinentales et 92 sont européennes.

Collaboration with partner airlines

KLM's airline partner strategy has 3 essential building blocks. First, the participation in the Transatlantic joint venture with Air France, Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic. Secondly, the participation in the joint venture with Air France and China Eastern Airlines between Europe and China. And thirdly, the broad spectrum of codeshare partners on every continent allows KLM to expand its presence worldwide. Examples of this are the partnerships with Kenya Airways in eastern Africa, Copa Airlines in Central America, Korean Air and Garuda in northern and southeastern Asia, Indigo in India, and Qantas in Australia.

In addition, our strategic partnership with GOL in Brazil is essential in remaining the first choice for all customers travelling between Europe and Brazil and the rest of South America. KLM works closely with Air France throughout the world. KLM and Air France are active participants in SkyTeam, the alliance of 19 airlines worldwide, to jointly offer its customers the most innovative and tailored products.

Connected hubs

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is the essential hub in KLM's network. For Air France, this is Paris' Charles de Gaulle Airport. The Air France KLM combination benefits from this dual-hub system, where the networks are closely interwoven. New destinations strengthen the hubs' position and thus increase Amsterdam Airport Schiphol's attractiveness for passengers and freight carriers.