K. L. M. Royal Dutch Air Lines 1/3 of the Earth's Circumference
In the hopes of improving service on the Amsterdam-Batavia route, KLM commissioned Fokker to design an update for the Fokker F-XVIII. By the time the airplane was delivered to KLM in 1935, the advent of the Douglas DC-2 had eclipsed the airplane. Only one Fokker F-XXXVI was produced.
A view of the globe is presented as if seen from outer space; a starlit sky fills in the spaces around the globe which shows the route map; a Fokker F-XXXVI flies out of the page, below the central text block; inset is key to routes of all airlines operating in the area described; airplane is registered as PH-AJA ("Arend"); blue, orange, yellow and black ink on paper.
- Country of Origin
- KLM Royal Dutch Air Lines
- Mouton and Co.
- ART-Posters, Original Art Quality
- Poster, Advertising, Commercial Aviation
- 2-D - Unframed (H x W): 71.8 x 99.7cm (28 1/4 x 39 1/4 in.)