If you have ever flown into Amsterdam airport between April and May, you have probably seen the massive tulip fields surrounding the airport.
I’ve always found it one of the most beautiful airport approaches in the world, filled with vibrant colors.
So, it makes sense that KLM decided to celebrate their 90th birthday with something special – their own tulip.
The KLM “tulipa” is a cross between a China Pink and a tetraploid tulip, developed for the airline by the leading Dutch agricultural university.
Another way to see Tulipa is at the temporary Keukenhof tulip gardens set up inside Schiphol airport and of course, at the “real” Keukenhof just 20 miles from the airport.