Fokker 100 PH-OFE KLM Cityhopper 24092005
Fokker 100 c/n 11260 PH-OFE of KLM CItyhopper on finals at Schiphol Amsterdam airport on 24 September 2005. The aircraft made its first flight on 2nd March 1989 with test registration PH-EZK. As the Fokker 100 is regarded by the certificating authorities as a derivative of the Fokker F28, the aircraft is officially registered as a Fokker F28 Mk0100. It was delivered to Inter Canadian on 18 March 1989 as C-FICQ and went to Intair on 29 October 1989 with the same registration. It served with Air UK (later renamed KLM uk) from 3d December 1992 as G-UKFE and finally went to KLM Cityhopper on 30 March 2003 as PH-OFE. The aircraft was phased out by KLM Cityhopper on 10 January 2011. As no buyers could be found KLM Cityhopper donated PH-OFE to Schiphol airport, which exhibits the aircraft on the panorama gallery of the terminal building. An other KLM Cityhopper Fokker 100, PH-OFA, was donated to the Aviodrome museum at Lelystad airport.
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PH-OFE being hoisted to the panorma terrace of Schiphol airport
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