KLM Royal Dutch Airlines now operates an Embraer 195-E2 on the Berlin-Amsterdam route. The new aircraft model is 63 percent quieter than its predecessor (an Embraer 190), consumes nine percent less fuel per flight and emits 31 percent less CO2 per passenger. Fleet renewal is an important part of the airline’s plans to make its flight operations sustainable in the long term. The Berlin-Amsterdam route is currently operated up to three times a day.
Detailed data on the Dutch airline’s new aircraft model can be found here:
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