In the 1930s, Medan the final port of call for the world’s longest scheduled air service by KLM, which departed Amsterdam and then stopped off in Rome, Athens, Cairo, Baghdad, Jodhpur, Calcutta and Bangkok before reaching its destination.
Adam Nebbs
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In the 1930s, Medan the final port of call for the world’s longest scheduled air service by KLM, which departed Amsterdam and then stopped off in Rome, Athens, Cairo, Baghdad, Jodhpur, Calcutta and Bangkok before reaching its destination.
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