3 results found
Registration / Serial:PH-NEI
Aircraft Original Type:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
Aircraft Generic Type:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
Aircraft Version:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
C/n (msn):6288
Location:Not known
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:June 1951 to May 1961
Photo from:Kas van Zonneveld CollectionContact
Photo ID:593743Submit Correction
View count: 82
The one and only Fokker S.13. Initially registered as PH-NDW between December 1949 - April 195, but became D-101 in April 1950 when the RNLAF wanted to test the aircraft. But the aircraft never received any orders; because of the Mutual Defense Assistance Pact, many similar aircraft (Beech D-18 types) entered the market for almost free of charge. Fokker couldn't compete. The aircraft was reregistered PH-NEI in June 1951, until cancelled in June 1961. Later donated to a school and was slowly dismantled. By now, parts have been spread out all over the country. The nose section still survives as a whole and is privately owned. The Aviodrome owns some other large parts (tail section & entire right main gear parts). Photo from W. Muntinga
Registration / Serial:PH-NEI
Aircraft Version:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
C/n (msn):6288
Location:Not known
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:June 1951 to May 1961
Photo from:Kas van Zonneveld CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:PH-NEI
Aircraft Original Type:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
Aircraft Generic Type:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
Aircraft Version:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
C/n (msn):6288
Location:Not known
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:June 1951 to May 1961
Photo from:Kas van Zonneveld CollectionContact
Photo ID:593743Submit Correction
View count: 82
The one and only Fokker S.13. Initially registered as PH-NDW between December 1949 - April 195, but became D-101 in April 1950 when the RNLAF wanted to test the aircraft. But the aircraft never received any orders; because of the Mutual Defense Assistance Pact, many similar aircraft (Beech D-18 types) entered the market for almost free of charge. Fokker couldn't compete. The aircraft was reregistered PH-NEI in June 1951, until cancelled in June 1961. Later donated to a school and was slowly dismantled. By now, parts have been spread out all over the country. The nose section still survives as a whole and is privately owned. The Aviodrome owns some other large parts (tail section & entire right main gear parts). Photo from W. Muntinga
Registration / Serial:PH-NEI
Aircraft Version:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
C/n (msn):6288
Location:Not known
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:June 1951 to May 1961
Photo from:Kas van Zonneveld CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:PH-NEI
Aircraft Original Type:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
Aircraft Generic Type:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
Aircraft Version:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
C/n (msn):6288
City / Airport:Texel (EHTX)Map
Country:Netherlands
Collection:Luchtvaart- & Oorlogsmuseum Texel
Photo Date:23 October 2014
Photo by:Peter VercruijsseContact
Photo ID:16239Submit Correction
View count: 345
PH-NDW registered Dec-1949, to Netherlands AF D-101 taken on charge Apr-1950, to PH-NEI registered Jun-1951, flew as D-101 again Apr-1952 to Apr-1953, then back to PH-NEI, cancelled Jun-1961, then becoming an instructional airframe at the Technische Hogeschool in Delft where it was gradually broken up, the nose finally going to the Luchtvaart & Oorlogsmuseum Texel at Texel.
Registration / Serial:PH-NEI
Aircraft Version:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
C/n (msn):6288
City / Airport:Texel (EHTX)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:23 October 2014
Photo by:Peter VercruijsseContact
Registration / Serial:PH-NEI
Aircraft Original Type:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
Aircraft Generic Type:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
Aircraft Version:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
C/n (msn):6288
City / Airport:Texel (EHTX)Map
Country:Netherlands
Collection:Luchtvaart- & Oorlogsmuseum Texel
Photo Date:23 October 2014
Photo by:Peter VercruijsseContact
Photo ID:16239Submit Correction
View count: 345
PH-NDW registered Dec-1949, to Netherlands AF D-101 taken on charge Apr-1950, to PH-NEI registered Jun-1951, flew as D-101 again Apr-1952 to Apr-1953, then back to PH-NEI, cancelled Jun-1961, then becoming an instructional airframe at the Technische Hogeschool in Delft where it was gradually broken up, the nose finally going to the Luchtvaart & Oorlogsmuseum Texel at Texel.
Registration / Serial:PH-NEI
Aircraft Version:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
C/n (msn):6288
City / Airport:Texel (EHTX)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:23 October 2014
Photo by:Peter VercruijsseContact
Registration / Serial:PH-NEI
Aircraft Original Type:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
Aircraft Generic Type:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
Aircraft Version:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
C/n (msn):6288
City / Airport:Texel (EHTX)Map
Country:Netherlands
Collection:Luchtvaart- & Oorlogsmuseum Texel
Photo Date:23 October 2014
Photo by:Peter VercruijsseContact
Photo ID:7733Submit Correction
View count: 800
PH-NDW registered Dec-1949, to Netherlands AF D-101 taken on charge Apr-1950, to PH-NEI registered Jun-1951, flew as D-101 again Apr-1952 to Apr-1953, then back to PH-NEI, cancelled Jun-1961, then becoming an instructional airframe at the Technische Hogeschool in Delft where it was gradually broken up, the nose finally going to the Luchtvaart- & Oorlogsmuseum Texel at Texel.
Registration / Serial:PH-NEI
Aircraft Version:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
C/n (msn):6288
City / Airport:Texel (EHTX)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:23 October 2014
Photo by:Peter VercruijsseContact
Registration / Serial:PH-NEI
Aircraft Original Type:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
Aircraft Generic Type:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
Aircraft Version:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
C/n (msn):6288
City / Airport:Texel (EHTX)Map
Country:Netherlands
Collection:Luchtvaart- & Oorlogsmuseum Texel
Photo Date:23 October 2014
Photo by:Peter VercruijsseContact
Photo ID:7733Submit Correction
View count: 800
PH-NDW registered Dec-1949, to Netherlands AF D-101 taken on charge Apr-1950, to PH-NEI registered Jun-1951, flew as D-101 again Apr-1952 to Apr-1953, then back to PH-NEI, cancelled Jun-1961, then becoming an instructional airframe at the Technische Hogeschool in Delft where it was gradually broken up, the nose finally going to the Luchtvaart- & Oorlogsmuseum Texel at Texel.
Registration / Serial:PH-NEI
Aircraft Version:Fokker S.13 Universal Trainer
C/n (msn):6288
City / Airport:Texel (EHTX)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:23 October 2014
Photo by:Peter VercruijsseContact