Trip Reports
One of KLM's few remaining Boeing 747-400Ms. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Tom Pallini)

Trip Report: A Disappointing Journey on One of KLM’s Most Iconic Boeing 747s

As a typical AvGeek, I’ve always taken any opportunity possible to fly on the most unique and unusual aircraft flying the friendly skies. I’ve flown from Phoenix to New York via San Francisco and Chicago to fly on a United 747-400 before it retired, from New York and back via Toronto and Montreal in one day to score an Air Canada A330-300 and from New York to Toronto via Calgary and Edmonton to get on a WestJet Boeing 737-600, amongst…

KLM Prepares for Its Final Fokker 70 Commercial Flight

Following a 97 year partnership between KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, KLM Cityhopper and the aircraft manufacturer Fokker, the airline is now phasing out its Fokker 70 fleet in an effort to operate more modern aircraft. This phase out marks the end of a extraordinary period for the Dutch airline industry,…