KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Treats 3 Canadians to a Memorable Experience by Reuniting Loved Ones
May 15, 2018 – Inspired by International Family Day, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines recently surprised three people who live in Canada and are separated from their loved ones. Their emotional tales are part of a video launched today.
The airline brought together a son and his mother diagnosed with cancer, twin sisters who have not seen each other for nearly two years, and a young couple who met in Canada but now live an ocean apart. Three moving surprise reunions that illustrate the power of family and love.
Link to video: youtu.be/OmOPU8MojuA
‘’Despite living in this ultra-connected age, we all know how difficult living away from a loved one can be. The distance deprives us of the little joys we share on a regular basis like birthdays and Sunday brunches,” explained Roland Coppens, Commercial Director, Air France KLM Canada. “At KLM, we are all about caring and are delighted to create memorable experiences for our customers, like the ones lived by Timothy, Olivia and Berfin.’’
KLM invites people to join its own extended family by visiting bit.ly/bringingpeopletogether and entering the Reunite With Your Loved Ones contest, for a chance to win a pair of tickets to anywhere on its worldwide network and fly to someone they haven’t seen in some time.
For 98 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.
Part of the Air France KLM Group, 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.
In Canada, KLM flies to Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal.