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KLM Orders 10 Boeing 737s

July 23, 1985|Associated Press

AMSTERDAM — KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, the Netherlands national carrier, has ordered 10 Boeing 737 passenger planes to replace part of its medium-range fleet of Douglas DC-9s, the airline said today. The value of the order, KLM's first from Boeing, is estimated at more than $344.4 million.

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