Fokker was a Dutch aircraft manufacturer named after its founder, Anthony Fokker. The company operated under several different names, starting out in 1912 in Schwerin, Germany, moving to the Netherlands in 1919.
During its most successful period in the 1920s and 1930s, it dominated the civil aviation market. Fokker went into bankruptcy in 1996, and its operations were sold to competitors

Variants

There are three variants of this aircraft

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The F-28 in 3D form.

Fokker F-28

Class: Economy

Maximum Capacity: 65

Speed: 0.70 mach

Range: 2000 Km

Fuel Efficiency: 4.6

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Price: 24,000K

Lifespan: 20 years

Introduction: 1969.03

End of Production: 1987.01

Fokker F-70

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Fokker 70 3D img

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Fokker 70 first

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F70 Detailed

Class: Economy

Maximum Capacity: 85

Speed: 0.70 mach

Range: 3410Km

Fuel Efficiency: 6.4

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Price: 38,000K

Lifespan: 20 years

Introduction: 1994.10

End of Production: 1997.01

Fokker F-100

Class: Economy

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The F-100 shown here in 3D form.

Maximum Capacity: 122

Speed: 0.77 mach

Range: 3170Km

Fuel Efficiency: 6.5

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Price: 57,000K

Lifespan: 20 years

Introduction: 1988.02

End of Production: 1997.11

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