KLM to stop selling cigarrettes onboard

KLM Airbus A330-200 economy class cabin
KLM Airbus A330-200 economy class cabin, Photo: KLM

KLM have taken the decision to stop the sales of tobacco and cigarettes onboard their flights. The last day will be 1 July 2018. According to the press release from KLM the tobacco assortment will be replaced with other products.

“We at KLM feel it is no longer suitable to sell cigarettes aboard our flights. KLM supports good health and sportsmanship, which simply cannot be combined with cigarettes. This move reaffirms our pledge to assume our responsibility towards broader society,” explains Boet Kreiken, EVP of Customer Experience.

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