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First Look At KLM’s New A321neo Livery

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KLM Gears Up for Airbus A321neo Launch

KLM has shared a first look at the livery of its new A321neo aircraft and given us a hint of what to expect inside the plane.

KLM A321neo livery

Eye-Catching Design Meets Practicality

KLM’s new planes boast a fresh look bound to turn heads. The company’s iconic blue and white color scheme gets a fresh twist. The blue sweeps further down the body, fully covering the nose dome. This smart move means quickly replacing the nose won’t mess with KLM’s famous blue design. Plus, the cockpit windows come framed with a striking black outline, adding a cool, sunglass-like effect.

Step Inside for Unmatched Comfort

Get ready for a more comfortable journey on the A321neo. Each seat welcomes you with more space, bigger tray tables, and roomier luggage compartments. Also, each seat has its own tablet holder and USB port. The cabin glows with multi-colored mood lighting that changes throughout your flight, ensuring a relaxing atmosphere. The crew can move around easily with a wider aisle, and the overhead bins are easier for passengers to reach. Right from the start, KLM’s attention to detail shines through. You’ll notice extra blue touches and welcoming lights near the plane’s entrance.

Innovation Takes Flight On KLM’s A321neo

KLM is all set to launch the ultra-modern Airbus A321neo. Passengers can look forward to quieter flights, better fuel efficiency, and a greener travel option. Get ready to fly into a new era with KLM this August.

“The arrival of the A321neo marks a major upgrade of our European fleet. It is 50% quieter and generates 15% fewer carbon emissions than the aircraft it is replacing, making this an important step towards cleaner, quieter, and more fuel-efficient aviation,” said Marjan Rintel, CEO of KLM.

New Destinations on the Horizon

KLM has announced Copenhagen, Berlin, and Stockholm as the first cities to see the new arrival. In August, KLM will start flying the A321neo, the first of an impressive thirty-aircraft fleet.


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