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#4187 KLM Cityhopper - Fokker 70 (PH-KZB)

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Fokker 70 (PH-KZB) from KLM Cityhopper taking off from Runway 36L (Polderbaan), Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (Holland)

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will bid farewell to its last Fokker 70 on 29 October 2017, after 20 years of service. KLM Cityhopper, a subsidiary of KLM,
is renewing its fleet, which will consist entirely of more economical Embraer 190s and 175s by the autumn of 2017. KLM began flying Fokker 70s in 1996 and is the biggest user of this aircraft type. The average age of our Fokker 70s is almost 20 years, with each aircraft racking up around 38.000 flight hours and a similar number of take-offs and landings for the entire fleet. There are currently (May 2017) 8 Fokker 70s in the KLM fleet.