Europe Business Class
Europe Business Class replaced Europe Select on 27 March 2011. It is KLM's new premium product on shorter sectors. It offers lounge access, a 33-inch (84 cm) pitch with more recline, in-seat power output on all Boeing 737–700, −800, −900, newspapers, a meal service on board (hot or cold meals depending on the length of the flight), more personal space (free middle seat), priority boarding, extra baggage allowance, 250% Flying Blue miles and fully flexible booking.
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... Europe Business Class is KLM's, and KLM Cityhopper's, short-haul business class product ... This new premium product replaced the "Europe Select Class" as of March 27th 2011 ... Europe Business Class seats measure a 17-inch (0.43 m) width and an average pitch of 33-inch (0.84 m) ...
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