Fliers will be allowed to go through the details of their co-passengers once they check in, said a report in the USA Today.
"We say it will be social seating," said KLM spokeswoman Gedi Schrijver.
"Both passengers have to use this tool before they make an appointment," he said.
This is not the first time that airlines have thought of the unique idea. Earlier Malaysia Airlines had launched MHbuddy, a facility where users can check in through Facebook and select their seats
The service is expected to start in 2012.