Say “hi!” to the youngest Triple Seven of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. The 777-300ER left the production facility in Seattle the last week of February to start making test flights. The aircraft is one of the first in KLM’s new livery, which is an adaption of the old colour scheme for KLM aircraft.
The aircraft with registration PH-BVN will be ninth aircraft of the type Amsterdam-Schiphol based KLM will add to its fleet. The world’s oldest still existing airline company also flies 15 B777-200ERs.
At the end of March the newest Triple Seven is expected to arrive at Schiphol IAP, followed by the 10th B777-300ER in the last days of April.
Source: KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
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