SYDNEY, Sept. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- There are so many European destinations waiting to be discovered! New destinations such as Vaxjo in Sweden or good old favourites like Amsterdam, London or Madrid.
Do you need to help to decide where to travel to? KLM, a front runner in digital innovation, can help you discover places you hadn't heard of - with the help of 'BB' – that's short for Blue Bot - a dedicated member of the KLM service family. You can meet 'BB' on Messenger (for booking a flight) and with Google Assistant, for instance on Google Home or your smartphone (for finding a flight and packing your bag)
Quentin Voss, Country Manager Australia & New Zealand said, "I am fascinated by how the KLM digital team have managed to bring our service bot "BB" to life! She's not just another smart assistant, but a self-learning system (A.I) and has her own helpful, professional and friendly character, and she is even cheeky from time to time! I would recommend everyone to get in touch with BB as her service is fun and conveniently helps you find the best flight and fare to one of KLM's many worldwide destinations."
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines just launched their KLM Dream Deals. Return economy class fares, including taxes and surcharges from 5 major Australian cities to European destinations start at AUD 1,433. The KLM Dream Deals are on sale between now and 20 September, 2018 for travel until 30 June, 2019.
- For more information and bookings visit: www.klm.com.au
- Reservations: 1300 392 192 (Mon-Fri 9:00-19 :30 AEST / Sat 9 :00-18 :30 AEST / Sun 9 :00-17 :30 AEST)
- Social media: www.facebook.com/KLM
About KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
For almost 99 years, (On Oct 7, 2019 KLM will be celebrating 100 years) KLM has been a pioneer in the airline industry and is the oldest airline to still be operating under its original name. KLM aims to be the most customer-focused, innovative and efficient airline in Europe, offering reliable service and top-quality products.
KLM carried a record 32.7 million passengers in 2017, offering its passengers direct flights to 165 destinations with a modern fleet of more than 160 aircraft. The airline employs a workforce of more 32,000 people worldwide. The KLM Group as a whole transported more than 41 million passengers in 2017. In addition to KLM, the KLM Group includes KLM Cityhopper, Transavia and Martinair. The KLM network connects the Netherlands with all of the world's key economic regions and is a powerful engine driving the Netherlands' economy.
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