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The Fokker Fleetlist will be regulary updated with news and/or pictures. Please be advised to check this section frequently!

This page contains recent owner & operator changes and other related news to the individual airframes of Fokker F27 (including Fokker 50 & Fokker 60) and Fokker F28 (including Fokker 70 & Fokker 100). Also the Fairchild models F-27 and FH-227 are part of the Fokker Fleetlist . The airframes are printed in chronological order.
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    General News

Air Panama
is rumored to plan selling a large part of the Fokker fleet, including six F50 aircraft for which Gran Colombia de Aviación, the new Colombian subsidiary of Venezuelan Avior, seems to have interest.

InterCaribbean Airways have reached an agreement buying all Insel Air shares. The Turks and Caicos airline will continue the activities, but most probably under a different name, as the current name has got a negative reputation. What will happen to the Insel Air F50 fleet remains to be seen.
     Fokker F27, Fokker 50 & Fokker 60
In addition to the picture of 5Y-JAF in Fokkernews issue #12, we now present the second F50 flying with Somali airline Jubba Airways 5Y-JXN (20239). (Mads Oyen, Nairobi, August 27, 2018)

After its long stay in Maastricht during 2017 for overhaul, Niger Airlines SU-YAH (20123) was noted operational again at its home base.
(Mads Oyen, Niamey, May 26, 2018)

10652 400M (C-31A)   85-10607 US Army (Golden Knights parachuite team). After 33 years of service withdrawn from use and stored with AMARG at Davis Monthan AFB 0918. Both US Army Fokkers are replaced with modified Dash-8-300 aircraft, the first of which is already active as 17-01609.
20109 050 SE- OO-VLS Largus AB bought the remaining three F50's from SHS Aviation (VLM) for Amapola Flyg. This one was scheduled for delivery as the last of the three from Antwerp to Malmö 041218.
20144 050 HP-1922PST PH-DMD Air Panama. Registered at unknown date.
20159 050 SE- OO-VLQ Largus AB. Flew Antwerp to Malmö 301118, on delivery to  Amapola Flyg.
20226 050 SE- OO-VLI Largus AB. Flew Antwerp to Malmö 291118, on delivery to  Amapola Flyg.

     Fokker F28, Fokker 70 & Fokker 100

In 2018
Alliance Airlines has taken three F100 into use so far: VH-UQC (11468), VH-UQB (11483) and VH-UQA (11499), with two more to follow before year end: VH-UQN (11361) and VH-UQF (11456). Plan is to add another seven in 2019. Although VH-UQC (11468) was taken into service already in July, we have not published a picture of it until now. (Ton Jochems, Brisbane, November 9, 2018)

Recently Virgin Australia Regional Airlines had former Skywest F100 VH-FSW (11391) painted in the Virgin livery; the aircraft now carries the name ‘Bremer Bay’, after a famous beach in Western Australia. (John Edmond; Perth, November 19, 2018)

Avanti Air has bought an F100 from Bek Air. The aircraft received maintenance at Saarbrücken and flew to Lelystad 031118 for painting, still in full Bek Air colors (Matthias Becker, Saarbrücken, November 30, 2018). It is the second F100 of Avanti Air carrying the registration D-AOLH (11505); the first one (11265) never flew for Avanti Air, as it was only used for spare parts The hull of 11265 is still at Saarbrücken in basic OLT Express colors.
11287 100   CS-TPC Portugalia sold the aircraft to Virgin Australia for spare parts. Ferried from Porto to Saarbrücken 221118, all white as SXI1837.
11307 100   5Y-SIA Jetways Airlines, flying for Ocean Airlines. On 051118 flight OE2212 from Mogadishu to Nairobi, burst a tyre of the left main gear at take-off and returned to Mogadishu. Aftere a safe landing both left main tyres were burst.
11331 100   LZ-EFA Iran Aseman Airlines?? On 010818 a F100 was noted at Mashhad with 'FA' on the nosewheel door and the name 'Tula' on the nose. Most likely this is one of the ALK Airlines aircraft that was sold to Iran in 2016.
11332 100   4O-AOP Montenegro Airlines. During flight YM-181 from Ljubljana to Podgorica on 111118 the crew noted an anomaly of the right engine and continued the flight. After landing severe damage was found, which required the engine to be replaced.
11340 100   YR-FKA Carpatair. Returned from Woensdrecht to Arad 231118 as KRP5101 after maintenance.
11342 100   CS-TPE Virgin Australia bought also this F100 from Portugalia as a spare parts donor. Made its last flight from Porto to Saarbrücken 161118, all white.
11361 100   VH-UQN Alliance Airlines Pty. Performed airtest at Norwich 201118. Delivery flight Norwich-Samsun-Al Ain-Nagpur-Subang-Kupang-Townsville-Brisbane 22-261118 as SXI1829.
11395 100   YR-FZA Carpatair. Flew Arad to Woensdrecht 131018 as KRP5101 for maintenance.
11493 100   PH-ABW Air Hollandia. The company was declared bankrupt on 141118. The aircraft did carry the company name, but never flew; it is still stored at Maastricht-Aachen airport.The aircraft is reportedly in a good condition and rumors are that it is being prepared for a new operator in Eastern Europe.
11496 100   UP-F1007 Trans Air Congo has leased this F100 from Bek-Air. The aircraft was notyed flying out of Pointe Noir starting 261018. It is unclear if it carries decals indicating the current operator.
11505 100   D-AOLH Avanti Air. Flew Saarbrücken to Lelystad 031218 in full Bek Air livery for painting.
11523 100   EP-AST Iran Aseman Airlines. Returned in service 010818 after C-check at Mashhad.
11554 070 VH-NUV OE-LFH Alliance Airlines Pty. Ferried from Bratislava to Norwich 051118 as SXI1833 for maintenance prior to delivery. Seen Norwich 141118 in basic Austrian colors with VH-registration. Once in Australia, it will be used for spares.
11561 070   5B-DDB Flew Larnaca to Woensdrecht 051118 as U8123 for attention by Fokker Technics.
11578 070   P2-ANR Air Niugini. Completed the first in-house C-check 051118 at Port Moresby and is now back in service.


Credits: All photographers, Aviator.aero, CH-Aviation, Scramble, Skyliner.