KLM Royal Dutch Airlines

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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is the national airline of the Netherlands and the oldest still existing airline in the world. It was founded in 1919 and is based in Amsterdam. In the 1970s KL M was involved in founding several airlines such as Garuda Indonesia, Philippine Airlines and VIASA. In 1988 an agreement with Northwest Airlines was signed and K LM was involved into Northwest for several years. In 2004 KLM was taken over by Air France and fusioned to Air France-KLM. K LM is a member of the Skyteam alliance.

For current fleet details, please check: K LM-Royal Dutch Airlines at planespotters.net

Boeing 737-300

All Boeing 737-300 have been retired.

KLM Boeing B737-300 (Netherlands)

Boeing 737-400

All Boeing 737-400 have been retired.

KLM Boeing B737-400 (Netherlands)

Boeing 737-700

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Boeing B737-700 (Netherlands)

Boeing 737-800

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Boeing B737-800 (Netherlands)

New livery.

KLM Boeing B737-800 Retro colours(Netherlands)

Retro livery.

KLM Boeing B737-800 (Netherlands)

Old livery.

Boeing 737-900

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Boeing B737-900 (Netherland)

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Boeing B737-900 (Netherlands) Skyteam

Skyteam livery.

Boeing 747-400

KLM Cargo Boeing B747-400 F (Netherlands)

Cargo division.

Boeing 777-200

KLM Boeing B777-200 (Netherlands)

Boeing 777-300

KLM Boeing B777-300 (Netherlands)

Douglas DC3

KLM Douglas DC3 (Netherlands)

Historic fleet of K LM.

Embraer 190

Operated by K LM Cityhopper.

KLM Cityhopper Embraer E190 (Netherlands)

New livery.

KLM Cityhopper Embraer E190 (Netherlands)

Skyteam livery.

KLM Cityhopper Embraer E190 (Netherlands)

Old livery.

Fokker 50

All Fokker 50 have been retired.

KLM Cityhopper Fokker F27 F50 (Netherlands)

Fokker 70

All Fokker 70 have been retired.

KLM Cityhopper Fokker F70 (Netherlands)

New livery.

KLM Cityhopper Fokker F70 (Netherlands)

Old livery.

Fokker 100

All Fokker 100 have been retired.

KLM Cityhopper Fokker F100 (Netherlands)

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