H-NABF  Airco D.H.9                                       (c/n  P.32E)


                                           This was one of the D.H.9s with which KLM inaugurated services from Amsterdam to London
                                           in 1919.   It was a WW I surplus machine, first serialed to the RFC as H5889.  It was civilianized
                                           onto the UK civil register in 1919 as G-EAOZ before being registered in Holland as H-NABF.
                                           When KLM began expanding its services to other Northern Eiropean cities, Fokker F.IIs and
                                           IIIs were used in preference to the de Havillands.