KLM will operate the last flight with Boeing 747-400 in St. Maarten
Today, 28 October 2016, marks the end of an important period in commercial aviation. KLM will operate the last flight with Boeing 747-400 to St. Maarten, Caribbean.
The last flight with Boeing 747-400 to St. Maarten
The moment will be a special one. Princess Juliana International Airport (IATA: SXM, ICAO: TNCM), also known as Saint Maarten International Airport, is the ideal place for any aviation enthusiast. At the end of runway 10 is the famous Maho Beach beach, from where planes can be photographed. Most aircraft land / take off on the 10 runway, passing at low altitude above the beach, and people can enjoy spectacular images.
From the cockpit: Boeing 747-400 KLM the Saint Maarten
The most emblematic image is with Boeing 747-400 KLM landing on Maho Beach. At the same time, this type of aircraft also offers a unique jet blast experience.
Below you can see some spectacular photos with Big Blue Bird KLM over Maho Beach:
VIDEO Boeing 747-400 in St. Maarten
Boeing 747-400 (PH-BFN) operates the latest flight to Sint Maarten. At this moment, the aircraft is in flight, over 10 000 meters. Estimated landing time: 11: 05 local time; 18: 05 Romania time.
From October 30, the flight between Amsterdam, Curacao and Saint Maarten, a triangular flight operated until today, will no longer exist. KLM has decided to operate direct flights on the Amsterdam - Curacao and Amsterdam - Saint Maarten routes. To Princess Juliana International Airport (IATA: SXM, ICAO: TNCM), KLM will fly with Airbus A330-200 aircraft.