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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

Starting 15 April 2022 Jetair Caribbean will fly scheduled flights between Curaçao and Paramaribo, once a week with F70.
     Fokker F27, Fokker 50 & Fokker 60

After many years sitting abandoned at Chennai airport, former NEPC Airlines Friendship VT-NEC (10691) found a new home in February 2021. An Indian businessman bought the wreck and had it transported to the village of Morni, a tourist venue in the hills near Panchkula, Haryana state in northern India, where he keeps it in his private collection. (Ankesh Thakur of Jagran Focus; Morni, 15 September 2021).

Again a new operator in Somalia: startup Xeyd Air Services has recently contracted 5Y-WFB (20243) for domestic flights and applied their name next to the passengers door of the aircraft. (Mohammed Dirie on Facebook; Dhobley, 10 January 2022)

Nowadays a line of F50s is quite rare, except in Singapore where it is still  daily practice. This picture shows seven out of the nine Republic of Singapore Air Force F50s with UTA-B model 710 (20268) leading the row. (Clive Hindmarch; Singapore-Changi 6 February 2022)

20137 050   5Y-VVG Busy Bee Congo. On 20 February 2022 this F50 experienced an engine failure while landing at Kindu. The crew made a safe landing.
20288 050   5Y-JNR Believed to be sub-leased to Daruro Airline. Further details and pictures are much appreciated.
     Fokker F28, Fokker 70 & Fokker 100

One of the very few Fellowships that are still in existence is 5V-TAI (11079) of the Togo Government. On this nice picture it looks in good condition.
(Han Dercksen; Lomé, 21 February 2022)

Former JetLink Express F28 5Y-JLA (11093) was one of the 73 junk aircraft auctioned in November 2021 by the Kenya Airports Authorities. It was sold for approximately 1450 Euro to a businessman, who reportedly plans to convert it into a nightclub. The fuselage was filmed during a bit chaotic, nightly transport through the city center of Kiambu, just north of Nairobi. (Shaggs Edition; still from a YouTube video; Kiambu, 30 January 2022)

The Argentina Navy has operated three Fellowships, all of which are now withdrawn from use. One of them, serial 0742 with code 5-T-21 (11150), is preserved in its last low-visibility grey scheme since 2016 at the Naval Aviation Museum at the Commandante Espora Naval Air Base in Bahia Blanca.
(Robert Domandl; Bahia Blanca, 28 October 2021)

In 2021 Network Aviation acquired the two remaining F100s from Avanti Air. The second one, D-AOLG (11452), made its delivery flight in early February from Paderborn to Perth. This was also its final flight. Work on the F100 will start very soon, starting with removal of the engines and followed by further parting-out.
(Merv Crowe; Perth, 20 February 2022)

11047 1000   TU-TGW Private oparator (Grupo Sociedad Ecuatoguineana de España). Noted at the military part of Lomé airport 21 February 2022; the aircraft is not in flying condition. It is visible on Google (6.1735, 1.2567)
11079 1000   5V-TAI Togo Government. Seen at Lomé 21 February 2022, missing one engine, but apparently in good condition.
11452 100   D-AOLG Avanti Air. Delivery flight to Network Aviation 07-10 February 2022 from Paderborn via Tozeur, Al Ain, Nagpur, Kuala Lumpur, Surabaya to Perth as SXI2207.
11505 100   VH-NQZ Network Aviation (QantasLink). Currently undergoing major cabin modifications in Perth. Service entry is expected in April 2022.


Credits: All photographers named above, ATDB.org, Aviator.aero, Merv Crowe, Han Dercksen, Frank Ellemers, Flightradar24,
Thomas Jung, Luchtvaartnieuws, Skyliner, Jacques Vooren