KLM and its partners fly to more than 250 destinations around the world and roughly 80% of their passengers speak a language other than Dutch. In seeking to provide customers with innovative products and safe, efficient, and service-oriented operations, KLM encourages employees to expand their skills and knowledge through training.
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