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Two KLM widebody aircraft suffered a ground collision at Amsterdam Schiphol airport on Sunday, 16 Nov.
A KLM Airbus A330-200 wing hit and dented a Boeing 747-400 nose while being towed.
The KLM has officially retired all of its Boeing 747s, and only three were left to flown to its resting destinations.
On Sunday. two 747 aircraft landed at Schiphol for the last time in the KLM colors.
KLM announced in March of this year that it would say goodbye to the ‘Queen of the Skies’, as the jumbo jet is affectionately known, as a result of the corona crisis.
The last flight actually took place, but a little later the plane was used again for the transport of medical supplies.
The aircraft registration PH-BFV landed at Schiphol for the last time at 4.40 pm, followed by the PH-BFW at 8.50 pm.
Both planes received the KL747 call sign when they entered Dutch airspace.
KLM has been flying with this type of aircraft since 1989, so that’s about 30 years!