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PH-BGC (30361 / 2619) KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Boeing 737-800.

FCO 18 Dec 2017.

KLM has operated 118 737s since 1986, including the -2/3/4/7/8/900 (non ER).

KLMs full title is "KLM Royal Dutch Airlines" this is very appropriate as the Dutch King, Willem-Alexander is a regular guest co-pilot for KLM initialy on the Fokker 70 and now the 737.

Incidentally the dust being kicked up by this aircraft was due to some deposits on the taxyway from WIP and was happening for all aircraft taxying along this route.

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