Fokker 100 G-UKFM KLM Cityhopper 12082003
Fokker 100 c/n 11269 G-UKFM of KLM Cityhopper at Schiphol Amsterdam airport in The Netherlands (EHAM) on 12 August 2003. The aircraft made its first flight on 4 February 1989. As the Fokker 100 is regarded by the certificating authorities as a derivative of the Fokker F28, the Fokker 100s are officially registered as the Fokker F28 Mk0100. The aircraft first went to KLM in 1989 as PH-KLD, before it was transferred to Air Littoral as F-GIDQ on 25 October 1990, after which KLM took a 35% share in the French company in 1991. The Air Littoral shares were sold again a year later and on 25 November 1992 the aircraft became PH-KLD once again, being operated by KLM Cityhopper. On 27 October 1998 it was reregistered to the British register as G-UKFM of KLM Cityhopper UK, but on 22 September 2003 it went back to the Dutch register as PH-KLD with KLM Cityhopper. It was stored in February 2009.
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