KLM/Northwest Airlines Douglas DC-10-30 | N237NW

Hi all good everyone, I saw a check on the internet for Google information and found the old picture special one retro KLM Royal Dutch Airlines/Northwest Airlines Livery scheme is a McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 only one fleet. Northwest Airlines has received DC-10-30 were provided from 1991 to 2007 earlier they was replaced be an Airbus A330-200 and 300.

Credit Photo is Peter de Groot.
Taken Date: November 1999. EHAM/AMS Airport Schiphol.

True Story the picture. Do you like the old retro KLM/Northwest Airlines Livery scheme, one DC-10-30 fleet, you are interested in that picture. Feel free to vote to support my topic and just want to join a new game in IF, in the future. Have fun!

It Wikipedia.


It is used on Google information.

  • The engines are 3x GE.
NWA DC-10-30 (N237NW)
  1. Varig (PP-VMW) November 1980 - July 1994.

  2. PLUNA (PP-VMW) July 1994 - December 1997.

  3. Northwest Airlines (N237NW) December 1997 - 2007 | Fleet Number: 1237 | * painted in “Dual KLM/Northwest” special colours 1998 - Apr 2000.

  4. ATA Airlines (N237NW) 2007? - April 2008.

  5. World Airways (N136WA) February 2008 - July 31, 2010 ← std at MZJ/KMZJ July 31, 2010. “Broken up” 2012 at MZJ/KMZJ.

Any question about it?

Thank you, AJ Johnson.

Happy Flying!

KLM/Northwest Airlines DC-10-30


Northwest/KLM (N237NW) DC-10-30 at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Amsterdam, Netherlands 🇳🇱. November 1999. Posted on Twitter.


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McDonnell Douglas DC-10: Northwest/KLM DC10-30.

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