Where's your boarding pass? Is your flight delayed? Do you need to change your seat?
Now you can keep track of your flight information and even request changes using Facebook Messenger if you're a KLM flier.
Facebook has partnered with KLM airlines to help keep passengers organized using the instant messaging service.
David Marcus, the vice president of Messaging Products at Facebook, made the announcement in a post on the site, calling KLM Messenger's "first airline partner."
When KLM passengers buy their tickets online, they can opt in to receive travel information all in one place via Messenger--that includes itinerary, flight updates, check in notifications.
Passengers can even use messenger to communicate with the airline, according to a video posted to KLM's Facebook page.
Need to change your seat? Shoot them the quick request.