KLM Europe Business Class Geneva-Amsterdam Flight 1928 – Review

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Every passenger received a tray with a Waldorf salad and dessert.  Passengers were then offered a choice of a spinach wrap with cheese and honey mustard (the “vegetable” option) and a club sandwich with chicken and other unidentified cold cuts.  The sandwich was accompanied by Dutch Koeksche Waard potato chips.

Beverages immediately followed and no one was going to starve or go thirsty on the flight as the cabin crew checked with passengers continually to see if something might be needed.

The Waldorf salad was excellent.  In addition to the usual apple and celery, KLM’s Waldorf salad came with honeyed goat cheese and pecans.  I was clearly not the only passenger who relished this dish as the gentleman in 3C used a spoon to get every last drop.


I saved the caramel and coffee ganache until later and enjoyed it with a cup of coffee and mineral water.


We arrived two minutes early and there were no delays in disembarking.  Since Switzerland is now part of the Schengen Area, there were no passport formalities and I was soon off to my destination.


Most of my short-haul flying is in the United States and, while I am very often in domestic first class, it’s rare that the service and dining options are as pleasant.  The trade-off is far less comfortable seats and absence of Wi-Fi but a great crew and wonderful food made it a delight nonetheless.

(Photos: Accura Media Group)

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