KLM, who recently received 3.4 billion euros in support from the Dutch government, has 15 aircraft parked at Eelde
In total, KLM has parked fifteen aircraft at the North’s only airport, reports the Asser Courant.
Groningen Airport Eelde is happy with the situation, too, because the parked planes earn the airport money. KLM is an enormous airline, responsible not only for a huge amount of noise and air pollution, but also the recipient of billions of euros in Coronavirus support from the Dutch government. In 2017, KLM had a revenue of over 10 billion euros, and it has around 115 aircraft in its fleet.
KLM staff are maintaining the fifteen aircraft at Eelde. It is not yet known when they will leave again. Until then, the airport has an additional attraction, because the Boeings attract many people who have come to have a look.