KLM launches “Bring Me Home” campaign for last stranded passengers
Friday 23, April 2010
Since Tuesday, 20 April, KLM has brought home more than 20,000 Dutch passengers stranded abroad. To ensure that the very last stranded KLM passengers are also brought home as soon as possible, KLM The Netherlands launched a special campaign on Friday, 23 April.
The campaign will run via www.klm.nl and will feature a special button marked "Breng me thuis" (Bring me home). By clicking on this button, passengers can establish direct contact with KLM in order to seek a solution.
KLM calls on all passengers to report via this channel, especially if the chances of a speedy return seem slim. Family and friends of stranded KLM passengers can also contact KLM via the "Breng me thuis" button. Stranded passengers can also call the following number: +31 20 4 747 747.
A similar campaign has been launched for the international market under the slogan "Bring me home" on Facebook and Twitter.
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