KLM Royal Dutch Airlines strives to be the most sustainable airline. KLM developed a sustainable food policy. KLM main goal is to look at preservation of nature; a policy encompassing the use of sustainable fish, palm oil and soya.
With Air France, KLM is at the forefront of the European airline industry. Offering reliability and a healthy dose of Dutch pragmatism, 32,000 KLM employees work to provide innovative products for our customers and a safe, efficient, service-oriented operation with a proactive focus on sustainability. KLM strives to achieve profitable growth that contributes to both its own corporate aims and to economic and social development.
KLM has taken the initiative for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the airline sector. CSR is more than just a label for KLM. KLM and Air France together want to set the standard for an integrated approach in the airline sector. The CSR policy is directed at customers, employees and society. By signing the United Nation’s Global Compact, KLM has contributed to the UN Millennium Development Goals. In 2010, AIR FRANCE KLM was placed top of the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes sector Airlines for the sixth consecutive year. AIR FRANCE KLM is also Global Supersector Leader in the umbrella category Travel & Leisure.