KLM MD-11 Facts
The KLM MD-11 dimensions; length: 64m, wingspan: 51.7m, height: 18m
The KLM MD-11 has 285 passenger seats
PH-KCF temporarily named "Elvis" for its first flight to Memphis
The maximum indicated airspeed of an MD-11 is 340 knots with full wingtip fuel tanks
The maximum take-off weight of a KLM MD-11 is 280.3 tonnes
The maximum range of an MD-11 with a maximum payload, flying in zero wind conditions is 11,400 KM
KLM payed USD 127 million for the PH-KCH in 1995
It takes 6 months to produce an MD-11
The maximum amount of fuel carried by a KLM MD-11 is 117 tonnes
The maximum normal total take-off thrust of a KLM MD-11 is 182,100 lbs
It takes 30 days to complete a D check on the MD-11
A MD-11 consumes 7,500 KG fuel during one hour of cruise flight
The KLM MD-11 has 8 lavatories including a cockpit lavatory
The maximum take-off weight of a KLM MD-11 is 280,320
The name of the KLM MD-11 simulator is Mary Poppins
A KLM MD-11 has 12 tyres
The maximum cruising altitude of the KLM MD-11 is 43.000
KLM MD-11s at Amsterdam by Ric Loek
PH-KCA last Commercial rotation. AMS-YYZ-AMS. KLM31/32
Final Flights on Flightradar24 KCC & KCK
KLM MD-11s Ott By Shane Peet
PH-KCG return on final flight to Amsterdam and final flight.
KLM MD-11 Time Line
McDonnell Douglas factory in Long Beach on 16 november 1993 and the second KLM MD-11 PH-KCB on the assembly line
McDonnell Douglas factory in Long Beach on 16 november 1993 and first KLM MD-11 N6202D (PH-KCA) "Amy Johnson" on the flightline.
1993 First KLM MD-11 (PH-KCA) prior to delivery at Long Beach CA still wearing temporary US registration N6202D
PH-KCF temporarily named "Elvis" for its first flight to Memphis.
PH-KCI leased to VASP and re registered PP-SPM until 1998.
PH-KCF withdrawn from use 28 October.
PH-KCF stored at Victorville, November
PH-KCH withdrawn from use and stored at Amsterdam 02nd July.
PH-KCH ferried AMS-VCV 30th Jul 2012 for storage. Now Scrapped.
PH-KCI withdrawn from use 16th September.
Stored at Victorville 15th October, PH-KCI now scrapped.
The PH-KCG "Maria Callas" clocked 79.472 flight hours including it's last commercial flight
Departure PH-KCG to Victorville. Due to an engine problem this lady had to return to Amsterdam for a check. Three days later she departed again. It's just like she didn't want to go?
26th April PH-KCC withdrawn from use, stored at Amsterdam.
PH-KCK withdrawn from use 21st October.
Stored at Victorville 02nd December, PH-KCK
PH-KCC ferried AMS-SBD 07. Apr 2014 for scrapping.
PH-KCA Withdrawn from use 01st September