KLM said e-tickets now are available for all 124 destinations in its network and its e-tickets can be used when flying with 72 interline partners. At present, e-tickets account for around 89% of all KLM tickets. It intends to raise this to 100% by Jan. 1, when it will begin issuing e-tickets only. Paper tickets will be available on request, but it will impose a surcharge on issuance.

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