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e-Ticketing System launched by Dutch Airlines

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The Dutch carrier – KLM inaugurated an e-Ticketing system which is in compliance with the electronic ticketing technological revolution in the global aviation industry.

Rosemary Omoshie from the airline said that, the new system will offer easy-to-use booking devices with “Find Departure/Destination Airport” function. The system also have search and store information for use in the next visit.

The e-Ticketing system introduced is more efficient in the search process and provides “Search Functionality” which prevents users from switching between pages. There is also a direct link to the Internet booking tool to help passengers for continuing the journey with the airline.

Omoshie further stated that “This arrangement allows passengers to pre-order and pay on-line for service with great benefits such as dedicated two seats and seats with extra leg room. The seats can be selected against payment or at no charge for Flying Blue and World Perks Platinum or Gold members.”

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