KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL, Amsterdam Schiphol) took delivery of the world's last, and its thirty-first, B737-800, the Dutch flag carrier said in a press release.

PH-BCL (msn 63624) was ferried directly from Seattle Boeing Field to Amsterdam Schiphol over the course of December 18-19, 2020, and is scheduled to enter into service on December 20, Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows.

Following the delivery, KLM's B737NG fleet stands includes sixteen B737-700s, thirty-one -800s, and five B737-900s. The Dutch carrier has yet to order any replacement narrowbodies. The -700s are 9.1 years old on average, the -800s - 13.5, and the -900s - 17.8, the ch-aviation fleets advanced module shows.

Boeing still has outstanding orders for the military variant of the B737-800, the P-8. Other than that, the production of civilian B737NGs has now ended. The B737 MAX family is assembled on the same production line at Renton airport.