Immediately after WII Fokker S.11 developed the S.11 as a successor to the outdated De Havilland Tiger Moth for basic flight training. Pupil and Instuctor sat next to each other plus a third passenger on the backseat. First flight on December 18, 1947. In the Netherlands, Fokker built 40 S.11's for the Neth.Air Force(LSK), plus 41 for Israel. In Italy, Macchi built 150 S.11's licensed as M416. Fokker Brazil also built 100 for the Brazilian Air Force. The repaint is construction No: 6281 as E 38 supplied to the Neth Air Force in 1950. In 1959 it got a new scheme. In 1970 the plane was transferred as 198 to the Dutch Naval Air Service. Sold in 1975 to Mr. Sloots and registered as PH-SLO. After a recent restoration, the PH-SLO flies from Teuge Airport again in the colors of the Klu.
Type : Fokker S.11 Instructor Program : FS2004 and FSX, pack with 4 repaints Model : Italo D'Attomo andGiovanni Quai Operator : LKS/KLu, R.Neth.N.A.S, mister Sloots Download : Compleet aircraft
The PH-PBF replaced in March 1960 the DC-3 PH-PBA of the Dutch Government and in March 1972 replaced by a Fokker F.28 Fellowship. Beside the Dutch Government the plane has been used by the Dutch Royal Family. The PBF returned to Fokker and sold to Indonesia as PK-KFR.
Type : Fokker F.27 Mk 100 Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : Mike Stone Operator : Dutch government Download : Compleet aircraft
The PH-LIP has been in the fleet of the Philips Vliegdienst, Eindhoven from April 1960 till April 1975. Sold to Gemany as D-BAKA. It had a VIP-interior and has been used as business aircraft for the management of Philips.
Type : Fokker F.27 Mk 100 Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : Mike Stone Operator : Philips Download : Complete aircraft
PH-SAD was in Schreiner-service from April 1965 till January 1968.Mainly on charterflights to the Mediterranean. After Schreiner Airways ceased its operations the aircraft was purchased by KLM for its subsidiary NLM. In NLM-service till November 1990. Sold back to Fokker. Fokker leased the aircraft to several airlines till November 1993. Scraped in Argentina in 1996, after it has been in service for 31 years.
Type : Fokker F.27 Mk 200 Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : Mike Stone Operator : Schreiner Airways Download : Complete aircraft
Limburg Airlines was only active from 15th of June 1973 till 26th of April 1974 with a single service Maastricht-London Gatwick. It operated two Fokker F.27-200's which were bought from ANA in Japan. One did not succeed to get this service profitable and to obtain more destinations and it went broke. The PH-OGA was sold to Air UK as G-BCDN
Type : Fokker F.27 Mk 200 Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : Mike Stone Operator : Limburg Airlines Download : Complete aircraft
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The Rijksluchtvaartschool(Dutch Government Flight Training School)was founded on Januari 1st 1946 on Gilze Rijen Airforce Base for training pilots for civil aviation. In the same year began the training of airforce pilots on Gilze Rijen as well but the base became too busy. Therefore the RLS was diverted to Eelde Airport(Groningen). The RLS started with ex RAF Tiger Moths, Harvards and Beechcrafts D-18S. In 1950 3 Fokker S.11’s joined the fleet. Soon the Tiger Moths and Harvard were replaced by SAAB Safirs.In respect with the introduction of jet airliners in the 60's the Dutch Government ordered in 1962 7 Morane Saulniers MS760B for jettraining. The PH-UET flew with RLS from 1950 till 1960. It was sold and resold to owners in Holland and Belgium and in 1973 removed from the register. A few years thereafter it served as a eyecatcher in a shop an today it is awaiting restoration at Midden Zeeland Airport.
Type : Fokker S.11 Instructor Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : Italo D'Attomo en Giovanni Quai Operator : Rijksluchtvaartschool Download : Complete aircraft
The longest Dutch registered Fokker Friendship was the PH-SAD a F.27-200 with c/n 10272. Delivered to Schreiner Airways and mainly used for charterflights to the Mediterranean from April 1965 till January 1968.After Schreiner Airways ceased its operations the aircraft was purchased by KLM for its subsidiary NLM, later named KLM Cityhopper. In service till November 1990. It was traded at Fokker for a Fokker F50. After it had been in service in The Netherlands for 28 years, sold to Sudamericana in Argentina. Scraped in 1996.
Type : Fokker F.27 Mk 200 Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : Mike Stone Operator : NLM/KLM Cityhopper Download : Complete Aircraft
Type : Fokker 50 Program : FS2004 and FSX, pack with 3 repaints Model : Dream Wings Operator : Denim Air Download : Complete aircraft
Denim Air was founded in 1996 by Hamid Kerboua. After employment with Holland Aero Leasing, Base Airlines and the VLM, he started Denim Air. A scheduled service to London City and a little later to Nice was started from Eindhoven Airport. Due to fierce competition from Ryanair an easyJet the services had to be discontinued. Denim Air then focused on wet leasing. The Spanish Air Nostrum was the main customer which leased at one point 14 Fokker 50's. In 2005 Denim was sold to Panta Holdings, owner of VLM Airlines. Wet-leasing was continued and when Panta sold VLM to KLM-Air France, Denim started its own scheduled services again. However Denim Air went bankrupt in 2010. They still had a lucrative contract with the Norwegian Air Force and to maintain this contract, it was decided to make a restart with 2 Fokker 50s. Until 2014 business went well and the fleet was expanded again. At the end of 2014, a management buy-out of Panta took place and the "new" Panta was no longer interested in Denim. At the end of 2016 Denim lost its permit and went bankrupt in January 2017. In the years of its existence, Denim Air has 27 Fokker 50s, 4 Fokker 100s, 3 Embrear ERJ 190, 1 Embraer ERJ-145.1 DeHavilland Dash 8 and 1 ATR 42 in its fleet.
Type : Fokker 100 Program : FS2004 and FSX, pack with 3 repaints Model : PROJECT Fokker Operator : Denim Air Download : Complete aircraft
The Fokker 100’s of Denim Air were owned by its mother Mass Jet Lease. In the years of its existence Denim Air had 4 Fokker 100’s in its fleet.
Maastricht Airlines,the airline that never flew. Initially, it looked good. Sufficient initial capital, leased aircraft already registered in the Dutch aviation register and already a few thousand tickets sold. Operations were scheduled to begin on 25 March 2013 from Maastricht Aachen Airport to Berlin, Munich and Amsterdam. Due to corrosion problems the delivery of the Fokker 50 was postponed a few times and even cancelled. No alternative F50 were available and there was no money left. In June 2013 it was declared bankrupt. It has tried to make a new start with two Bombardier CRJ 200 but this attempt did not succeed.
Type : Fokker 50 Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : Dream Wings Operator : Maastricht Airlines Download : Complete Aircraft
In 1986, the Schreiner Group decided to start a new subsidiary which focused on the freight market. They started with a single Dornier 228, which soon added by two second-hand Fokker F27-400s. The PH-SFA remained in service until 1994 and was sold to Myamar while the PH-SFB remained in service until 1990 and was sold to Switzerland. Beside the Dornier and the F27s, Schreiner Airways Cargo also had three Airbus A-300B4's, a Lockheed L-382G and a De Havilland DHC-8 in its fleet. Schreiner Airways Cargo ended its activities in the second half of 2001.
Type : Fokker F.27 Mk 200 Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : Mike Stone Operator : Schreiner Airways Cargo Download : Complete Aircraft
XP Express Parcel Systems was founded in 1972 as City Courier by a few Amsterdam students who provided fast courier services within the capital on bicycles and motorcycles. The American courier company Purolator bought the company and after a few years sold it to the Dutch Vendex International, which changed the name City Courier to XP Express Parcel Systems. XP subsequently became a subsidiary of KLM Cargo. After a few years, KLM no longer considered courier services as its core business and sold XP to Global Distribution Express World Wide, jointly owned by the Australian TNT and the postal services of the Netherlands, Sweden, Canada, France and Germany. Today, TNT is part of FedEx Corporation. XP Express Parcel Systems operated its own Fokker F.27 Friendship-fleet. Additional capacity was leased from numerous European companies. For the long-term contracts, these leased aircraft were painted in XP's livery but remained registered in the country of origin.
Type : Fokker F.27 Mk 200 Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : Mike Stone Operator : XP Express Parcel Systems Download : Complete Aircraft
In 1966, KLM established a subsidiary for local flights, the NLM. In March 1988, KLM purchased NetherLines. By merging NLM Cityhopper and KLM NetherLines in March 1991 a new organization for European regional air transport was established and a new name was implemented. NLM Cityhopper ceased to exist, and the name of the new company was "KLM Cityhopper" (KLC). The fleet consisted of Fokker F27 MK200 and MK500, F50, F28, F70 and F100, plus Saab 240's. In 2002, KLM UK also adopted the name of KLM Cityhopper.KLM UK only operated Fokker 100 and Fokker 50 aircraft. In 2010 KLM Cityhopper had the largest fleet of Fokker aircraft in the world. All Fokkers and Saabs have been replaced by Embraer 175 and 190s. The PH-KFK was one of three Fokker F.27 MK500's, which have been in the NLM CityHopper-fleet from 1981 till 1992.
Type : Fokker F.27 Mk 500 Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : Mike Stone Operator : NLM/KLM Cityhopper Download : Complete Aircraft