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KLM offers in-flight gifting with Wannagives service

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KLM offers in-flight gifting with Wannagives service

Among the gifts that can be purchased for flyers are a glass of Champagne, extra leg room, a wallet and jewellery.

KLM has launched the new ‘KLM Wannagives’ gifting service, which allows people to surprise friends and family with a present while they are in the air.

Via an online shop, you can purchase a range of gifts – including a glass of Champagne, a seat with extra legroom or a bottle of perfume – which are then delivered gift-wrapped to the recipient by a member of cabin crew during the flight. The service is available on transcontinental and long-distance European flights.

Martijn van der Zee, Senior Vice President e-Commerce, Air France-KLM, said: “On Facebook and Twitter we often received requests to surprise travellers for their honeymoon, birthday or anniversary. It was quite a logical step to facilitate this. Gift-giving above the clouds will make the journey a unique experience.”

The airline also offers home delivery as part of the KLM Wannagives service, meaning you can surprise a friend or family member with a gift even if they’re not flying.

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