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KLM baptizes one of its new planes “Cocos Island National Park”

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QCOSTARICA – One of the most biodiverse places on the planet, and which belongs territorially to Costa Rica, will have a tribute in the air thanks to the Dutch airline, KLM.

The KLM airplane that pays tribute to Cocos Island is a Boeing 777-300 (ER). Photo by Jen Schuld

The ariline decided to baptize its newest Boeing 777-300 (ER) Cocos Island National Park (Parque Nacional Isla del Coco), in honor of the natural paradise that is located 550 kilometers southwest of Costa Rica’s Pacific coast.

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The aircraft made its first flight on Wednesday, December 9.

KLM operates flights in Costa Rica during the European winter season, which runs from October to March.

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