A former KLM Boeing 747-400 has been moved to from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to Corendon Village Hotel in a five day operation.
After 12.5 km journey, the KLM aircraft ‘City of Bangkok’ is on exhibit in the front yard of the biggest Corendon Hotel in Holland, coincided with the celebration of the 50th anniversary of 747’s fist maiden flight on 9 February 1969.
According to Corendon, the plane will be converted into a 5D-experience about the 747 and the history of aviation later this year.
Corendon is a leading tour operator, airline company and hotel chain, gladly took care of the holiday for over 750.000 holidaymakers to dozens of sunny destinations in and outside Europe in 2018.
Corendon’s aviation business includes Corendon Dutch Airlines, Corendon Airlines Europe and Corendon International Airlines with a total fleet of eighteen aircraft.