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11 August 2020

Air quality on board of KLM aircraft

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KLM aircraft are equipped with High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters, ensuring high-quality, clean cabin air that is regularly circulated. The air in the cabin is replaced every three minutes by the aircraft’s air-conditioning system, with airflows circulating top-down, thereby even further reducing the chance of “horizontal” transmission.

Furthermore, passengers all sit facing in the same direction, which means there is little face-to-face interaction, with seat backs forming a barrier that prevents forward and backward transmission in the cabin.

Watch the video explaining how the air quality on board of KLM aircraft is ensured:

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