It's KLM week on the EnoAeroPics gallery! Each day from 2-8 September an image will be posted of a KLM aircraft in full flight, with gear up, either after passing my home or photographed from the 11th floor of an apartment building near Schiphol Amsterdam airport.
This 737 looks like a giant saiplane in an aerobatic manoeuvre, but it is just Boeing 737-8K2 c/n 30360 (line number 2467)PH-BXW "Patrijs/Partridge", banking to catch the glideslope of runway 27-09 at Schiphol-Amsterdam airport in The Netherlands (EHAM) on 6 August 2012, some 25 kilometers out. The aircraft first flew on 6 December 2007 with test registration N1786B and was delivered to KLM on 20 December 2007. From time to time the aircraft flew with KLM daughter Transavia in the summer period.
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