KLM announced all of 747-400 retirement on official blog
April 7, 2020
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines announced all of passenger 747-400s retirement from fleet on their official blog.
They have to 7 of 747-400 immediate phasing out from fleet due to COVID-19.
The last commercial flight was March 28, KL688 flight from Mexico City to Amsterdam.
After this flight, all of 747-400s grounded at Schiphol Airport and waiting for ferry flight to their final destination.
They didn’t announce actual dates of the ferry flight to stored place on this article.
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Actually they’re panning to all of 747-400s retirement on May 2021.
But this virus was changed everything for their plan and such a tragedy end for Queen of the skies.
In addition, They will keep their 3 of 747-400 freighters operated by Marinair.