Planes Used By KLM Royal Dutch Airlines

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List of planes used by KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. Plane models are listed alphabetically and include additional information about each individual KLM Royal Dutch Airlines aircrafts. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines uses, or at some point has used, these planes. This list answers the questions "what kind of aircraft does KLM Royal Dutch Airlines use?" and "what plane am I flying on KLM Royal Dutch Airlines?" List includes photos of the KLM Royal Dutch Airlines planes when available, to help clear up what airplanes KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flies. List items include McDonnell Douglas MD-11, Boeing 747-400 and many additional items as well. (9 items)
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Fokker F.VII is listed (or ranked) 5 on the list Planes Used By KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
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The Fokker F.VII, also known as the Fokker Trimotor, was an airliner produced in the 1920s by the Dutch aircraft manufacturer Fokker, Fokker's American subsidiary Atlantic Aircraft Corporation, and other companies under licence. ...more on Wikipedia

Type: Military transport, Passenger

Manufacturer: Fokker

Designer: Anthony Fokker

Length (m): 14.61

Accidents: Southern Cloud

Maiden Flight: Jan 01 1924

The Fokker F.VIII was a large twin-engined airliner designed and produced by the Dutch aircraft manufacturer Fokker in the 1920s. ...more on Wikipedia

Type: Airliner

Manufacturer: Fokker

Designer: Reinhold Platz

Length (m): 16.8

Maiden Flight: Mar 12 1927

Fokker F.XX

The Fokker F.XX was a 1930s Dutch three-engined airliner designed and built by Fokker. It was the first Fokker design to use an elliptical-section fuselage instead of the traditional square fuselage and the first Fokker aircraft with retractable landing gear. ...more on Wikipedia

Manufacturer: Fokker

Koolhoven F.K.43 is listed (or ranked) 8 on the list Planes Used By KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
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Koolhoven F.K.43

Koolhoven F.K.43 was a small four-seat, single-engined monoplane passenger aircraft manufactured by Koolhoven in the Netherlands. It was a direct successor of the F.K.41. It was a quite successful design with good flying qualities. KLM purchased twelve aircraft and used it as a flying taxi and for pilot training. Two of these were built by Aviolanda. At the outbreak of World War II, four F.K.43s were requisitioned by the Royal Netherlands Air Force. One of these escaped destruction by flying to England, where it was taken into use as a liaison aircraft by the Royal Air Force. After the war another eight aircraft with a different engine were manufactured by Fokker. Only one of these heavily ...more on Wikipedia

Length (m): 8.3