The Dutch carrier, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines celebrated its 99 years of flying on 7 Oct, 2018.
KLM is the oldest airline in the world. It also gives its name to the oldest international scheduled service operated by any airline under the same name.
In 1920, made its first scheduled flights between Amsterdam and London – service that it continues to provide to the very present.
In 1960, KLM acquired its first jet planes and the first Boeing 747 made its appearance in 1971.
In 2004, KLM merged with Air France, but KLM still flies around the world under its own, familiar name.
Today, with the current fleet of 120 aircraft including 29 Boeing 777s and 19 787s it flies to 145 destinations..