Fokker F.28 Fellowship | D-AHLA

Aircraft model
Fokker F.28

According to examples of contemporary transport airplanes, as One-eleven and DC-9, Fokker for their F-28 accepted T-tail flats and placed engines at rear. Suppositions for F28 development were turboprop-engined F.27 selling successes and airlines request for some model with increased performances. Thank to its performance rudder, double-slitted Fowler-shutters, lifting spoilers and big airbrakes, F.28 was well-equipped to little airports utilization and therefore it was optimal airplane for regional airliner companies and for 'Third World' operators. The depicted machine wear colours of German Aviaction.


Aircraft model

F.28 "Fellowship"

Operator

Icon_32_flag_of_germany.svg Federal Republic of Germany | Airlines > Aviaction

Registration number

D-AHLA

Fokker F.28 Fellowship | D-AHLA

Fokker F.28 Fellowship | D-AHLA