KLM unique gift in World Business Class
Wednesday 26, May 2010
Since the 1950s, KLM presents every World Business Class passenger with a unique gift: a Delft Blue miniature traditional Dutch house, filled with Dutch gin, also known as genever.
Each miniature depicts a real Dutch house. Every year on 7 October KLM celebrates the anniversary of KLM’s founding in 1919 by presenting a new house.
Over the years, the miniature houses have become desirable collectors' items, generating a lively trade among passengers.
Keep track of your collection
If you have an iPhone, there’s a new way to keep track of your KLM miniatures collection. Simply download the miniatures application to view a list of all our Delft Blue houses ever produced. You’ll have all miniatures that are already in your possession at a glance. And you can view the ones you have your eyes on for your next journey in our business class.
This application has the following functionalities:
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