KLM delays phase out of 747s until end of summer 2021

    KLM Royal Dutch Airlines reportedly delayed the complete phase out of Boeing 747-400/747-400M aircraft until the end of summer 2021 (Up in the Sky, 27-Feb-2018). Aircraft PH-BFY is reportedly likely to be the last 747 to be retired. KLM currently operates 13 747s at a median age of 22.1 years, according to the CAPA Fleet Database. [more – Blue Swan Daily analysis]

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