The A330 as a type is not new to KLM. Here one of the airline's older A330-200s Toronto-Pearson International, Canada, in 2011 (Image (CC) BriYYZ)

KLM receives new Airbus A330-300

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines received another new aircraft on 21 January 2015. An Airbus A330-300 leased from GE Capital Aviation Services Limited (GECAS) was officially handed over.

The Airbus A330-300 is part of the Netherlands’ flag carrier fleet renewal program. The aircraft is part of GECAS’ existing order book with Airbus.

The KLM Group currently operates a fleet of almost 200 aircraft to more than 200 destinations, and is a semi-independent company within the Air France-KLM consortium.

Source: GECAS / KLM
Featured image: The A330 as a type is not new to KLM. Here one of the airline’s older A330-200s Toronto-Pearson International, Canada, in 2011 (Image (CC) BriYYZ)