The engine of a Boeing 747-400 KLM was badly damaged by a luggage car
This week's debut comes with less good news for KLM. The engine of a Boeing 747-400 was badly damaged by a luggage car.
This morning, the engine of a Boeing 747-400 KLM was damaged by a luggage car. The incident took place at the Schiphol International Airport in Amsterdam.
The plane's 4 engine suffered significant damage after a luggage loading machine hit it. It happened on the Romeo (R) platform where freight planes are normally prepared.
The damaged aircraft is the Boeing 747-400 (PH-BFN) KLM. She is 25.6 years old. It is a passenger plane configured in 3 classes: 35 seats for business, 36 seats for premium economy and 337 seats for economy. The propulsion is provided by 4 General Electric CF6-80 engines. It flies in the XLUMX KLM fleet.
No injured persons were reported.