Well looks like the 11th AF's B773ER is also the the first AF aircraft to wear the AF-KLM logo on the fuselage... Cant' see it really on this picture but is the Seahorse logo is now on the engines ?
Photo © Royal S King
|Quoting Fly_yhm (Reply 1):|
I haven't been following this whole merger or what even it it between KLM/AF is the KLM logo going to be gone? or Are we still going to have the Lovely blue aircraft flying for years to come?
|Quoting Clickhappy (Reply 8):|
Not sure, was told it was owned by the Museum of Flight, but they deny this, it has been sitting there for ages, along with a derilict Aero Commander, which is finally being broken up.
|Quoting Tsaord (Reply 6):|
wait. i dont get it. is klm and air france merging? can they do that since one is bases in paris and the other in amsterdam?