KLM expects deliveries of its Boeing 787-9s to begin on schedule in October 2015, but is in no rush to make an engine selection.
KLM A330-300. By Karen Walker KLM expects deliveries of its Boeing 787-9s to begin on schedule in October 2015, but is in no rush to make an engine selection (ATW Daily News, Jan. 11). The Dutch carrier has 23 787s on order plus options for 25 more aircraft through parent company Air France KLM Group. The aircraft will make up a significant portion of KLM’s fleet renewal plan, which will focus on replacing its aging Fokker F-100s with Embraer E-190s and replacing much of its ...
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