Wi-Fi on KLM European flights

Since 22nd April, passengers on a number of European KLM flights have been able to use Wi-Fi on board. The airline has started to equip part of its Boeing 737 fleet with Wi-Fi technology. The installation is scheduled to be completed by the end of this year. You can recognise aircraft with Wi-Fi by the white Wi-Fi bump on the body of the plane, just before the tail (see photo).

During the flight, KLM offers a choice of three internet packages: Messaging, Surf and Stream.

Messaging: you can send messages for half an hour free of charge via WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, WeChat etc. (excluding photos, videos and audio files).

Surf: in addition to sending messages as mentioned in Messaging, with a full flight browsing pass you can surf the internet for € 8 and send and receive e-mails.

Stream: if this is not enough, but you also want to stream music, audio and video via Spotify, YouTube, Netflix etc. and send and/or receive large files, then choose Stream and buy a full flight surfing pass for € 12.

You can purchase the internet packages during the flight via the KLM portal. This way you can continue to work during your business trips.

Source: KLM and Luchtvaartnieuws