KLM has presented its new special livery. With the livery the airline wants to emphasize its Dutch roots. The new livery has been painted on a Boeing 777-300ER with the registration PH-BVA and name Nationaal Park De Hoge Veluwe / De Hoge Veluwe National Park.
The KLM Special livery
The livery sports KLM’s traditional light and navy blue ribbon at the back. The light blue trasitions to orange, one of The Netherlands’ signature colors, while the blue ribbon turns into the Dutch flag. As a finishing touch the Dutch Lion is added in an orange tone.
The aircraft will be used on regular services, but also on flights to promote The Netherlands. On the 22nd of August the aircraft will carry the Dutch Olympic atheletes home from Rio de Janeiro.
It tooks 4 days to paint the special livery, using 335 liters of paint.
— Royal Dutch Airlines (@KLM) June 15, 2016