Amsterdam, Netherlands - Another Boeing 747-400 from Dutch flag carrier KLM said goodbye to the skies.
On Dec. 8, the jumbo jet registered PH-BFG was flown from Schiphol to Cotswold Airport (also known as Kemble Airfield), in the UK where it will be dismantled.
The nearly 30-year-old jumbojet made its last flight on Dec. 6 from Toronto to Schipol International.
KLM now has nine 747-400 in its fleet for passenger flights, but that number is shrinking fast.
They all will be replaced by the more efficient must all have been replaced by more efficient Boeing 777s and 787 Dreamliners by the end 2021.
However, the Dutch carrier will continue to use the iconic Jumbojet for freighter flights.
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