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PH-BXR Boeing 737-9K2

About PH-BXR - Boeing 737-9K2






Boeing 737-9K2




22 years

Last Seen

Today (KL933)



KL125519 Jul.18:50AMSAmsterdamHELHelsinki Scheduled
KL93219 Jul.16:25EDIEdinburghAMSAmsterdam Scheduled
KL93119 Jul.14:15AMSAmsterdamEDIEdinburgh Scheduled
KL197219 Jul.10:50SPUSplitAMSAmsterdam Scheduled
KL197119 Jul.07:50AMSAmsterdamSPUSplit Scheduled
KL102819 Jul.04:55MANManchesterAMSAmsterdam Scheduled
KL1039Tomorrow19:15AMSAmsterdamMANManchester Scheduled
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the registration number of this aircraft?

The registration number of this Boeing aircraft is PH-BXR.

Which airline owns this aircraft?

This aircraft is owned by KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.

What is the type and model of this aircraft?

The PH-BXR of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is a Boeing 737-9K2.

What are the recent destinations and history of this aircraft?

The recent destinations of this PH-BXR Boeing are:

  • KL1255 from Amsterdam (AMS) to Helsinki (HEL)
  • KL932 from Edinburgh (EDI) to Amsterdam (AMS)
  • KL931 from Amsterdam (AMS) to Edinburgh (EDI)
  • KL1972 from Split (SPU) to Amsterdam (AMS)
  • KL1971 from Amsterdam (AMS) to Split (SPU)
  • KL1028 from Manchester (MAN) to Amsterdam (AMS)
  • KL1039 from Amsterdam (AMS) to Manchester (MAN)
  • KL942 from Glasgow (GLA) to Amsterdam (AMS)
  • KL941 from Amsterdam (AMS) to Glasgow (GLA)
  • KL1622 from Milan (MXP) to Amsterdam (AMS)
  • KL1621 from Amsterdam (AMS) to Milan (MXP)
  • KL922 from Edinburgh (EDI) to Amsterdam (AMS)
  • KL933 from Amsterdam (AMS) to Edinburgh (EDI)
  • KL952 from Newcastle upon Tyne (NCL) to Amsterdam (AMS)
  • KL961 from Amsterdam (AMS) to Newcastle upon Tyne (NCL)

How old is this aircraft?

This Boeing aircraft of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is 22 years old.

The safety of aircraft is always a priority for KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, regardless of the age of the aircraft. This Boeing of 22 years is safe and is not yet due for retirement. Moreover, the interior is often upgraded with new seats more than a new aircraft is ordered, for extra comfort.