Carrying 34.1 million passengers and 621,000 tonnes cargo, KLM and KLM Cityhopper form the heart of the KLM Group. Via a vast network of 92 European cities and 70 intercontinental destinations, KLM offers direct services to key economic centres all over the world.
KLM is a partner in the SkyTeam Alliance, which offers passengers even more possibilities, jointly serving 1,063 destinations in 173 countries. The KLM Group also includes the wholly-owned subsidiaries Transavia and Martinair. Transavia is the leading low-cost airline in the Netherlands, carrying almost 9 million passengers in 2018, operating out of Amsterdam, Eindhoven and Rotterdam.
Based on the principle that our people are the key to our brand, we are convinced that we can make the difference by consistently offering our customers a memorable experience. This ambition is in our DNA. Thanks to the sincere attention we give our passengers, they feel acknowledged, contented and at ease.
Following the merge with Air France in 2004, KLM has pursued the concept of 1 Air France-KLM Group, 2 airlines, and 3 core activities (passengers, cargo and engineering & maintenance). Together with Air France, KLM plays a pioneering role in the European air transport industry. KLM pursues profitable growth in order to achieve its own commercial objectives as well as more general economic and social objectives.
KLM is actively driving sustainable growth at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and seeks to gain access to any market that will improve the quality of its network. In addition, KLM endeavours to ensure a level playing field for all participants in the sector.
Our partner strategy has 3 main building blocks. First, KLM’s participation in the Trans-Atlantic joint venture with Air France, Delta Air Lines, and Alitalia. Second, our joint ventures with Kenya Airways, Alitalia, Ukraine International Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Xiamen Airlines, and with China Eastern Airlines, and thirdly an extensive array of codeshare partnerships on all continents which enables us to expand our footprint around the globe.
Our strategic partnership with GOL in Brazil is also of great importance in order to remain the first choice for each customer segment traveling between South America and Europe.
The partnership with China Southern Airlines and its subsidiary Xiamen Airlines is key to our China strategy. We have a joint venture on 6 routes and about 40 codeshare destinations beyond KLM’s gateways in China, supporting KLM’s operations in Greater China, including Hong Kong and Taiwan. Together with China Southern Airlines and Xiamen Airlines, Amsterdam remains the leading gateway from Europe to China and from China to Europe with 8 destinations served non-stop from Amsterdam. Together with its partners, KLM offers 67 flights a week to Greater China.
The world is yours
At KLM a world of opportunities lies at your feet. Whether you work on board up in the skies or with both feet firmly on the ground: every day there’s something new to see, learn and discover! We’ll challenge you to not only see the possibilities but to grab them with both hands too, resulting in you getting the best out of yourself and making the most of your career.
|Senior Scrum master||Others|
|Finance Business Analyst Level 3||Amstelveen|
|Employee Back Office HR SSC Level 1||Schiphol Oost|
|Cabin Attendant KLM Cityhopper||Schiphol Centrum|
|Digital Front-end Engineer||Amstelveen|
|Material Planner APU (EPCOR)||Schiphol Rijk|
|Finance Business Analyst Level 2||Schiphol Oost|
|Group FP&A Controller||Amstelveen|
|Customer Support Representative (EPCOR)||Schiphol Rijk|
|Corporate Legal Counsel||Amstelveen|