Air France-KLM is set to invest up to €7bn over the coming years, with newer, quieter engine models, reducing noise pollution by up to 50% compared to previous aircraft generations. To meet government targets at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, KLM recently unveiled its plans to the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure set to slash noise pollution by up to 20% during the day and 15% at night. KLM’s proposal revolves around investment in newer aircraft, research and development within flight operations, and adjusted flight schedules. KLM currently operates a mix of 43 Boeing 737 narrowbody fleet for its short-to-medium haul flights, 11 Airbus A330s,

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