Huntington Beach, CA (PressExposure) September 07, 2009 -- The KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Boeing 777-300ER named Amboseli National Park recently landed in Kenya on its maiden commercial flight.
The 425-seater aircraft is the latest addition to KLM fleet and it signals a double âfirstâ being the first aircraft to leave the Boeing plant using environmentally friendlier paint and the first to be named after a wildlife park in Africa.
The Amboseli National Park aircraft is silver with dark blue SkyTeam Alliance accents distinct from the famous KLM blue. The naming is communicate that responsible flying and enjoying the beauty of mother earth can coexist in harmony.
According to KLM the PH-BVA has been named after Kenyaâs 𠇊mboseli National Park,â in honour of the parks biodiversity and conservation efforts. Amboseli which was branded âKilimanjaroâs Royal Courtâ is a jewel in the crown of Kenyaâs world-famous Game parks. The 390-km sq park has amazing views of Kilimanjaro and is surrounded by six communally owned ranches. It lies 250 km south of Nairobi in Loitokitok District and is one of the most popular Kenya safari destinations.
KLM is the only airlines in the worlds that names aircrafts with none-coded names and have been using national parks since March 2008.
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