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Fokker 100 at display on the panorama terrace
Netherlands

Since june 2011 a KLM Fokker 100 is on display on the panorama terrace of Schiphol airport. This type of plane is currently not in use anymore by KLM, but the Dutch Royal family still uses it.

Copyright: Jan mulder
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Uploaded: 04/09/2011
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