Painted as the Fokker F27 prototype PH-NIV (c/n 10101), but it is in fact ex N19XE / HA-FAD. Preserved by the Coöperatieve Vereniging (= Cooperative Society) Anthony Fokker Park and placed on display here (near the former Fokker factory on the east side of Schiphol Airport) on 12 Jul 2012. Initially parked on the grass, it was mounted on the poles on 12 Mar 2013.
In the early nineties Fokker built 'white tails', aircraft that had not yet been sold. PH-LXT was finished in spring 1993 and went into storage at Woensdrecht. It was not until March 1995 that it became G-UKTI with Air UK. Here it is in cocooned state.
Engineers buzzing around the F27 prototype two weeks before its first flight which took place on 24 November 1955. It is fitted with a tail guard wheel. Photo by: Harry Pot / Nationaal Archief (Netherlands}
production Fokker 100 was painted in Fokker factory colours for the 1993 Paris Air Show. Pelitta just ordered the Fokker 70, hence the titels. This aircraft was delivered to TAM as PT-MRK later in 1993, but was written of on the 31st of October 1996
Indeed not the best picture. It's the Maritime Friendship that was to be delivered as M-1 to the Netherlands AF in the Antilles. In 1981 it still had its civilian test registration. This aircraft was sold in 2002 and has been scrapped since.