Naft Airlines was set up by the retirement fund of the NIOC, the National Iranian Oil Company. This Fokker 100 has the NIOC logo in the tail. The airline was later renamed Karun Airlines. Picture taken from the airplane window taxing out.
This Fokker 100 was originally delivered to Inter-Canadien as C-FICW in May 1989. It joined Air UK in July 1992 and also flew with KLM UK and KLM Cityhopper before storage at AMS in November 2009 and scrapped in April of the following year.
The fuselage of cn 11508, which was still on the production line when Fokker factory went out of business. It is now preserved on the roof of the main building of Stolwerk Staal, a scrapyard in Breda. The wings and engines are fake, made by the guys working at Stolwerk. The fuselage was to become TAM Brazil PT-MRX.