KLM Royal Dutch Airlines welcomed their 13th Dreamliner at Schiphol earlier today.
The "Tulip" aircraft (reg PH-BHP) focuses on how the Netherlands is one of the most important exporting countries for tulip flowers.
The Tulip is the third Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner to arrive for the Dutch airline. Other aircraft in the B787s fleet carry names such as Orchid, Sunflower, Carnation, Lavender and Marguerite.
The Dreamliner produces less surrounding noise, uses less fuel and therefore gives off less CO2. This makes the aim of lowering CO2 emissions by 20% in 2020. Less waste is created during the production phase because the 787 consists mostly of easy-to-cut carbon fiber composites.
It offers a scope of traveler benefits as far as movement comfort. For instance, greater air pressure in the cabin implies that travelers arrive feeling more refreshed. Furthermore, for people needing to remain web based amid their flight, there's WiFi.
It is expected that by June 2019, KLM will take delivery of its first Boeing 787-10.