KLM focuses on environmental friendliness and comfort with new Airbus A321neo: when and where will the first flights go
Dutch airline KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has opened reservations for its first Airbus A321neo aircraft, which will fly in the third quarter of 2024. They will be an important addition to the fleet and will help the company to boost its European flights.
The routes for the A321neo include Stockholm, Berlin, and Copenhagen, AeroRoutes reports. The first flights will depart on August 26, 2024 from Amsterdam.
The Dutch airline plans to configure its aircraft so that they can carry up to 227 passengers. Now the website says that Airbus A321neo can accommodate 217 people.
The Airbus A321neo is the most modern narrow-body aircraft in the world and one of the most popular in this category. As of the beginning of 2023, almost 3 thousand Airbus A321neo aircraft have been delivered.
These aircraft are equipped with new engines that provide a 20% reduction in fuel consumption and a 15% reduction in nitrogen oxide emissions. The aircraft's cabin has also been improved, with wider seats and more space for luggage.