Fokker 100 PH-OFK KLM Cityhopper 08102005
Fokker 100 c/n 11249 PH-OFK of KLM Cityhopper on finals in semi darkness at Schiphol Amsterdam airport in The Netherlands (EHAM) on 8 October 2005. The aircraft made its first flight on 10 December 1988. As the Fokker 100 is regarded by the certificating authorities as a derivative of the Fokker F28, the Fokker100s are officially registered as the Fokker F28 Mk0100. After a career with several airlines the aircraft went to KLM Cityhopper on 30 March 2003. It was phased out by Cityhopper in March 2009 and broken up on 29 March 2011 as no buyers could be found. This is also the reason why KLM Cityhopper donated Fokker 100 PH-OFA to the Aviodrome museum at Lelystad airport and PH-OFE to Schiphol airport, which exhibits the aircraft on the panorama gallery of the terminal building. More images of Fokker 100s have been uploaded to this EnoAeroPics gallery.
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