Air France and KLM Passengers Warned of Loyalty Account Hacking


Customers of Flying Blue have begun receiving notifications from the Franco-Dutch Airline Air France-KLM about a data breach involving their user accounts. After Air France and KLM merged, Air France-KLM was created in 2004.

Their loyalty program, Flying Blue, is also utilized by Aircalin, Kenya Airways, TAROM, and Transavia. Customers of Flying Blue were first informed by the airline group last week that there had been suspicious activity on their accounts and that some of their personal information may have been compromised.

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Names, phone numbers, email addresses, Flying Blue levels and numbers, mile balance, and most recent transaction are all potentially compromised data. No payment or credit card information was revealed during the incident, claims Air France-KLM.

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