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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
The civil aviation authorities of Kazakhstan have given Bek Air 6 months’ time to resolve the safety issues that led to suspension of the airline’s operators certificate after the F100 crash in December 2019.

The Kazakh CAA has definitively revoked the operator’s certificate and certificates of airworthiness from Bek Air, as a result of the F100 crash in December 2019.

The Swedish government has contracted Amapola Flyg for operating five subsidized domestic routes, to be flown with their F50 fleet.

Virgin Australia Holdings entered voluntary administration 210420 to recapitalize the business and build a stronger financial position after the corona virus crisis. Time will show what this means for the Virgin Australia Regional Airlines Fokker fleet.
     Fokker F27, Fokker 50 & Fokker 60
In January 2015, the Italian CAA ordered Miniliner to end operations due to financial difficulties and the Fokker cargo fleet was then stored at Bergamo. After more than 5 years, the fuselage of their Friendship I-MLHT (10382) was torn to pieces by South East Aviation Services and sold for metal recycling. So, this F27 was not exported, as we already supposed in Fokkernews #24. Not the best picture, but the intention is obvious.
(still extracted from an anonymous YouTube video, Bergamo, April 16, 2020)

After the demise of Sky Aviation in 2012, its five F50s were stored and never found a new user. In late 2019, the fuselage of PK-ECG (20254) was noted at a scrap yard in Marunda, North Jakarta. Also part of a wing of PK-ECH (20255) can be seen on the photo (Tri Susilo at CNBCIndonesia.com, Marunda, November 2019)

10668 400M   N27FF VNCE. The Foundation of Flying Dutch Cultural Heritage ferreid its recently acquired F27 on 140320 from Laurinburg-Maxton, NC to a maintenance facilty in Carrollton, GA (see https://vncenl.wordpress.com/2020/03/16/excalibur-airborne/, in Dutch). There the aircraft will be prepared for the transatlantic trip to Lelystad, later this year.
20103 050E 5Y- SE-LJV Cancelled from the Swedish register 160320 as exported to Kenya. Seen at Malmö 190329.
20114 050   5Y-CHK This all white F50, of which we had a picture in Fokkernews #28, has now been identified, but the actual operator still remains unknown. 
20??? 050 5Y-DDI SE- Seen at Malmö 190329, all white. Previous registration unknown, but very probably an Amapola Flyg aircraft.
20??? 050 5Y-JWH SE- Seen at Malmö 190329, all white. Previous registration also unknown, most likely an Amapola Flyg aircraft.
     Fokker F28, Fokker 70 & Fokker 100

The cockpit section of Aerolineas Argentinas F28 LV-LOA (11085) functions as an eyecatcher in front of a repair shop in Belén de Escobar, Argentina. The right-hand side is painted yellow and carries the national flag, the other side is green, yellow and red after it served as a bar in a Bolivian community center.
(unknown photographer in Gaceta AeroNautica, Escobar, November 2019)

The derelict fuselage of Gatari Air Fellowship PK-HNN (11119) was seen dumped in a scrap yard near Bogor, south of Jakarta. The special color scheme from its time with Citilink (as PK-GFS) is still clearly recognizable. (Muhammed Sabki at CNBCIndonesia.com; Bogor, April 4, 2019)

After some months of storage at home base Larnaca, two TUS Airways Fokkers were ferried to Groningen-Eelde for maintenance and further storage until they can be sold no a new owner: one F100, 5B-DDE (11427) and one F70, 5B-DDA (11536) (Jaap Niemeijer and Menno Molenaar, Eelde, April 16, 2020)

As the two Fokkers mentioned above are no longer operated by TUS Airways, the lessor had them re-registered in Guernsey, as many leasing companies do nowadays. The F100 is now 2-BDDE (11427), whereas the F70 carries 2-BDDA (11536). The Guernsey registrations were applied April 21, 2020.
(Hendrik Cazemier, Eelde, April 24, 2020)

11111 4000   PK-PJL Pelita Air. One engine and some other parts seen on a dump near Bogor, Indonesia 080419.
11351 100   P2-ANF Air Niugini. While performing flight PX-121 from Wewak to Port Moresby on 180320, the crew made an emergency descent due to loss of cabin pressure. The passenger oxygen masks were released and the F100 made a safe landing at Madang.
11359 100 OE- VH-UQP Alliance Aviation Slovakia sro. The Australian registration was cancelled 170420 as exported to Austria. Quite a surprising move. The aircraft is stored since November 2017 in Bratislava in basic Austrian colors. Maybe to be restored to its previous registration OE-LVJ?? 
11361 100   VH-UQN Alliance Airlines. On 101119 the aircraft encountered moderate turbulence flying at 300 feet during final approach of Rockhampton airport. The speed dropped below the minimum approach speed and the aircraft made a safe landing. 
11390 100   HP-1894PST Air Panama. Noted at Mexico City 130320 missing many parts, in the process of scrapping.
11407 100 EP- 9A-BTD Karun Airlines. Seen 080420 at Ahwaz airport in basic Trade Air livery with large Karun Airlines titles. No Iranian registration yet.
11427 100   5B-DDE TUS Airways. Ferried Larnaca to Groningen 160420 as 5B421 for maintenance and storage awaiting a buyer.
11459 100   VH-VKN Alliance Airlines. Ferried 070420 from Brisbane to Alice Springs as QQ9100 for continued storage.
11536 070   5B-DDA TUS Airways. Ferried Larnaca to Groningen 160420 as 5B347 for  maintenance and storage awaiting a buyer.
11575 070   VH-QQY Alliance Airlines. Ferried 030420 from Brisbane to Alice Springs as QQ9100 for storage.


Credits: All photographers, Air-Britain News, Aviation Herald, Aviator.aero, CH-Aviation, Flyprat.no forum,
Hans Groen, Jan Homma,  Greg Hyde, Jetphotos.net, Scramble, Gerben Tornij, VNCE, Jacques Vooren,
Henk Wadman, Virgin Australia