AmP reader Nan submitted the picture below, and explains where it was taken as well:
When I went to Russia, we changed planes in Amsterdam. The Mother Teresa plane was outside while we waited to board the Russian plane.
KLM must not be against religion and how perfect is it that the plane matches the Missionaries of Charity’s saris? Maybe she flew KLM?
I was able to find YouTube footage of the “Mother Teresa” plane but no article explaining more about why this KLM airplane has the name. Can anyone help us uncover this mystery?!
UPDATE – AmP reader Harry Thompson answered the question first via Twitter (see below), but several others also discovered the answer – bravo!