Just an update where things are now:
- KLM has 15 747-400's left; 9 combi's and 6 full-pax.
- 7 have left; 1 full pax and 6 combi's.
The state of those 7:
- PH-BFA: stored at Teruel. Several parts missing.
- PH-BFD: stored at MHV Mojave. Several parts missing.
- PH-BFE: stored at Melbourne, Florida. After arrival on June 12th, 2017; she was being dismantled. I do know know if she's (being) scrapped or stored at this moment.
- PH-BFK: stored at MHV Mojave. Several parts missing.
- PH-BFM: scrapped at Teruel. Only pieces are left all over LETL; including the rear part of the upper deck and the cockpit/nose section. Sad sight.
- PH-BFO: being scrapped at Teruel or already completely scrapped. (most likely the latter). Together with a British Airways 747-400 (most likely G-BNLF)
- PH-BFP: stored at Teruel. Will be moved in front of the hangar to be scrapped following -BFO, along side a white A340. (don't know which particular aircraft)
There are also two 747-400BCF stored at Teruel since August 2013. These two freighters (PH-MPP and -MPQ; -MPP was the first 747 to arrive at LETL; also one of the very first aircraft)
will both be scrapped too. -MPQ has been towed inside the hangar for dismantling.
By the way; at MHV are also two of KLM's MD-11's (PH-KCD and -KCE) with the Blue MD-11 part of the "Douglas Aviation History sticker
" still on the fuselage; sad to see the aircraft I took my first flight on (the 2nd of the 3 farewell flights) in this shape.
Also at MHV are 4 of the 7 Martinair's MD-11F's (PH-MCY, -MCP, -MCR and -MCW); all four are stripped of parts but still there.