An exhibition revisits 95 years of KLM

A historical aircraft type for a historical airline, KLM soon to retire its MD-11 aircraft

A historical aircraft type for a historical airline, KLM soon to retire its MD-11 aircraft

A bunch of airlines are reaching a venerable age, Air France turned 80 last year, Iberia is 87...but KLM, at 95, remains the oldest airline in the World in continuous operation.

Exploring the past of the Dutch airline is, thus, pretty much synonymous to revisiting the history of commercial aviation. The exhibition "Exploring KLM's 95-year journey", held at the Jan van der Togt Museum, a stone's throw from KLM's Amsterdam Schiphol base, is a nice way to do just that, as well as being also the place to preview what's ahead in the next few years.

You will need to hurry up, though, because the exhibition is open only until 12th October!

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