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  • Airline designs a trainer for Amsterdam tourists
  • Airline designs a trainer for Amsterdam tourists
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Airline designs a trainer for Amsterdam tourists

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has designed a pair of trainers specifically for Amsterdam, which tourists can win when they book a trip there with the airline. They may grant the wearer free access to Amsterdam attractions, but people may not want to wear shoes with an airline's logo on the side.

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