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It's KLM week on the EnoAeroPics gallery! Each day from 2-8 September an image will be posted of a KLM aircraft, most of them in full flight, with the exception of this image, taken at the the Dutch Aviodrome museum.
The tail of Fokker 100 c/n 11246 PH-OFA in KLM Cityhopper livery, with under the vertical tail the speedbrakes that could be extended in full flight. The aircraft is preserved at the Aviodrome museum at Lelystad airport in The Netherlands (EHLE). The aircraft first flew on 24 March 1989 with test registration PH-EZB and was delivered to Inter Canadian (later Intair) as C-FICY on 15 April 1989. On 14 October 1992 it went to Air UK (later KLM uk) and on 30 March 2003 KLM Cityhopper put it into service as PH-OFA. It was phased out on 9 April 2010 and donated to the Aviodrome museum.
This is also #6 in the Battle of the tail series in the EnoAeroPics gallery on AirSpace.
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