KLM Air France, KLM Royal Dutch and Air France with subsidiaries

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KLM Royal Dutch had a financial collapse and would have gone bankrupt, but was saved by being taken over by Air France. Today the company is called KLM Air France.

PH-BXA is a KLM Royal Dutch Boeing B737-800 taken in service in 1999. It is taped in the historic colours which KLM used in the 1960s.
Picture from Helsinki Vantaa airport 3.3.2016 by Ilkka Siissalo.

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PH-BCB is a Boeing B737 version 800 machine which was delivered to KLM in 2011. Here it is just being pushed out of its gate at Helsinki-Vantaa in Finland, leaving towards Amsterdam.
Picture from Helsinki Vantaa airport 3.4.2019 by Ilkka Siissalo.

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The same machine as above, PH-BCB "Grote Pijlstormvogel" (That is a bird species which in English is called Great Shearwater) seen from its front.
Picture from Helsinki Vantaa airport 3.4.2019 by Ilkka Siissalo.

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PH-BXZ is a Boeing B737-800 taken in use in February 2008. It is named Uil (in English owl).
Picture from Copenhagen-Kastrup airport 16.5.2019 by Ilkka Siissalo.

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Another picture of the same PH-BXZ as above.
Picture from Copenhagen-Kastrup airport 16.5.2019 by Ilkka Siissalo.

Joon

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Joon was an effort to approach the young people and create an airline for only the young with cheap prices. The planes came from Air France and Joon was all the time a subsidiary of Air France. It had a network which fairly optimistically wanted to cover most of the prime cities of Europe. However, Joon failed. Joon is about to cease all operations on 26th of June 2019 and the planes and other operations will be fused back to Air France. This was a total failure.
Picture from Stockholm Arlanda 4.4.2019 by Ilkka Siissalo.
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