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City / Airport:Lelystad (EHLE / LEY)Map
Country:Netherlands
Collection:Aviodrome
Photo Date:11 April 2018
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
Photo ID:56702
View count: 49
Tony Fokker famously flew his Spin (Spider) over his home town of Haarlem on 31 August 1911. This aircraft is an original 1913 Spin, brought to Holland when Fokker moved his business here and restored in 1925 when it was given c/n 4464. The Germans took it to the Berlin aviation museum during WWII and then stored it in a safe place in Poland from where it was returned to Holland in the 1980s. It apparently made a few hops in the early 1990s. This is not the replica built by Fokker in the 1930s.
Registration / Serial:PH-WEY
Aircraft Version:Fokker Spin III
C/n (msn):4464
City / Airport:Lelystad (EHLE / LEY)
Photo Date:11 April 2018
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
Registration / Serial:No Reg
Other Marks:KW97
Aircraft Original Type:Fokker Spin
Aircraft Generic Type:Fokker Spin
Aircraft Version:Fokker Spin Replica
C/n (msn):None issued
City / Airport:Texel (EHTX)Map
Country:Netherlands
Collection:Luchtvaart- & Oorlogsmuseum Texel
Photo Date:23 October 2014
Photo by:Peter VercruijsseContact
Photo ID:17456
View count: 46
This replica was built in 1997 by a group of people in the Frisian village Kolderwolde under the leadership of Evert van Hemert en Jelle Haga. It has a 65hp Renault car engine. The plan was to make a short hop with it but that never happened. Later in 1997 it went to the Luchtvaart- & Oorlogsmuseum Texel
Registration / Serial:No Reg
Aircraft Version:Fokker Spin Replica
C/n (msn):None issued
City / Airport:Texel (EHTX)
Photo Date:23 October 2014
Photo by:Peter VercruijsseContact
Registration / Serial:No Reg
Other Marks:KW97
Aircraft Original Type:Fokker Spin
Aircraft Generic Type:Fokker Spin
Aircraft Version:Fokker Spin Replica
C/n (msn):None issued
City / Airport:Texel (EHTX)Map
Country:Netherlands
Collection:Luchtvaart- & Oorlogsmuseum Texel
Photo Date:23 October 2014
Photo by:Peter VercruijsseContact
Photo ID:7293
View count: 47
This replica was built in 1997 by a group of people in the Frisian village Kolderwolde under the leadership of Evert van Hemert en Jelle Haga. It has a 65hp Renault car engine. The plan was to make a short hop with it but that never happened. Later in 1997 it went to the Luchtvaart- & Oorlogsmuseum Texel at Texel. It carries the identity KW97 which stands for Kolderwolde '97.
Registration / Serial:No Reg
Aircraft Version:Fokker Spin Replica
C/n (msn):None issued
City / Airport:Texel (EHTX)
Photo Date:23 October 2014
Photo by:Peter VercruijsseContact