KLM unveils another Boeing 787 Dreamliner, but now in Madurodam


The KLM fleet at the airport of Madurodam is fully up to date again. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines today replaced its miniature MD11 at Madurodam with a Boeing 787 Dreamliner. KLM said a final farewell to all the MD11s in its fleet in 2014 and has now replaced the final one, the miniature at Madurodam.

The brand-new miniature Dreamliner has been constructed and painted to perfectly match her big sisters. The 260 cm-long Dreamliner was unveiled at Madurodam by 15 year-old Julia van Sminia (Deputy Mayor of Madurodam), Frank Houben (KLM Director Global Brand & Marketing Communication) and Vincent Knoops (Delegate to the Board at KLM).

About the Boeing 787 Dreamliner
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is the successor to the MD11 in the KLM fleet. KLM took delivery of its sixth Boeing 787 Dreamliner, the “Mimosa”, last Wednesday. The KLM fleet will eventually contain 21 Dreamliners. All of them will be named after flowers, a typically Dutch export product and one that suits KLM perfectly.