KLM Dutch Airline making regular flights to Australia 1950 – 2000

A KLM passenger flight flew from the Netherlands to Sydney for the first time  on the 7th of December 1950. Back then it would take three and a half days   to get there. The route went from Amsterdam via Cairo, Karachi, Bangkok,  Singapore, and Darwin, before finally landing in Sydney. 

Coronavirus prompts First KLM Flight To Sydney In 20 Years – 2020