Fokker Airliner Projects

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Hi,

we have an idea about postwar Fokker airliner aircraft and projects,
such as F-26 was low wing aircraft,P.275 high wing 32-seat airliner
which was later given the designation F-27,P.335 was a new design
from F-27, the F-28 was jet airliner and F-29 was developed from
F-27; did you hear about F-290 and F-410 before ?.
 
I just found the F-29 and the Super F-28 in
AIR INTERNATIONAL .2.80 and Aviation Week 1978 10-18
 

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Hi all,

found this Fokker project in an old FliegerRevue. Please name it and give some technical data.


Servus Maveric
 

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A jet-powered F-27? Seems there were quite a few jet conversions of turboprop aircraft under study but few seem to have taken to the air (Beech PD290 and the Dornier 328JET being the only ones I can think of right off the top of my head at the moment........). I'd love to know more about this design.
 
The jet powered Friendship was an early seventies study for a twin turbofan Commuter.
Powered by two Avco Lycoming ALF 502 turbofans.

Designation : P.305 Commuter.

Resemblance to the VFW 614 stopped further deveopment..

Source : Air Pictorial - August 1996.
 
Another attempt to repeal the laws of physics. Jets on a 255 kt wing? It must have been designed here:
amsterdam-marijuana-cafe.jpg
 
Hi,

A further development of the Fokker F-29 was the McDonnell-
Douglas MDF-100.
 

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Hi,

The Fokker P.335 was anew design from F-27 and had many
improvements,such as twin-wheel nose gear and six blade
composite propellers.
 
Don't know if it's been posted before, but this is the proposed Fokker F-26 Phantom. I believe it's the first jet airliner proposal/design ever, but that might just as well be a myth-to-be-busted. Nice design though - definately cabin noise wasn't an issue...
 

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hesham said:
Hi,

The Fokker P.335 was anew design from F-27 and had many
improvements,such as twin-wheel nose gear and six blade
composite propellers.

didn't this become the Fokker 50 ?,

cheers,
Robin.
 
Hi,

the turbofan project version of Fokker F-27.
http://www.flightglobal.com/PDFArchive/View/1973/1973%20-%201401.html?search=aircraft%20project%201973
 

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Hi,

the Fokker-VFW P.301 was STOL aircraft project developed
from Fokker F.27.
http://www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/view/1971/1971%20-%200683.html
http://www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/view/1971/1971%20-%200684.html
 

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Hi,

early three view for the Fokker F.27.
http://www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/view/1953/1953%20-%200023.html
 

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I guess this is as great a place to put it, Rekkof released a rendering of their F-100 Next Gen, reportedly has a new wing and other changes. Probably never going to be built, realistically....
 

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Just call me Ray said:
I guess this is as great a place to put it, Rekkof released a rendering of their F-100 Next Gen, reportedly has a new wing and other changes. Probably never going to be built, realistically....

Korstar Airlines, a new South Korean discount airline, announced on April 6th that it has agreed with Panta Holdings of the Netherlands to lease three Fokker 100 airliners by January 2009 and swap them with three new production Fokker 100s from 2010. The head of planning at Korstar said there are other customers of this new Fokker 100, although he does not know who they are.

Cheers,
Sunho
 
datafuser said:
Just call me Ray said:
I guess this is as great a place to put it, Rekkof released a rendering of their F-100 Next Gen, reportedly has a new wing and other changes. Probably never going to be built, realistically....

Korstar Airlines, a new South Korean discount airline, announced on April 6th that it has agreed with Panta Holdings of the Netherlands to lease three Fokker 100 airliners by January 2009 and swap them with three new production Fokker 100s from 2010. The head of planning at Korstar said there are other customers of this new Fokker 100, although he does not know who they are.

Cheers,
Sunho


Hmmm, well ain't that something, though it faces very stiff competition from the ARJ 21, Sukhio 100, Embraer ERJs and the Bombardier C-series (and even the larger CRJs) before the above little computerized model was even released.


I don't want to say I hope Rekkof is doomed to failure, though. If they can secure even just this one launch order, they're doing quite well for the time being :)
 
hesham said:
Hi,

A further development of the Fokker F-29 was the McDonnell-
Douglas MDF-100.

Hi,

http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/19930021242_1993021242.pdf
 

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Hi,

I know very well the Fokker Model-50,60,70,100 and 130,but I didn't hear
about the Model-80.
http://www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/view/1991/1991%20-%202322.html
 

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http://www.rekkof.nl/index.html

The new 70 and 100 look pretty interesting with good range and interiors. If the price is right you never know as the originals were popular and well liked.
 
The Fokker F56 was also known as the Ontwerp 127,
see some more information in my post here :-

http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,2740.msg86732.html#msg86732



cheers,
Robin.
 
Model of McDonnell Douglas Fokker MDF-100 on display at Paris Airshow 1981.

McDonnell Douglas/Fokker show what their 150-seat MDF-100 will look like. The limitations that technology/aerodynamics/accountancy combination sets on the design means that all of the 150-seaters will look alike.

Source: "Paris Repot" Flight International June 13, 1981 p. 1815.
http://www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/view/1981/1981%20-%201897.html
 

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Artist's impression of McDonnell Douglas Fokker MDF-100 from the San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive.

Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sdasmarchives/4589912489
 

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Hi Triton,

we had this topic;

http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,1430.msg61273/highlight,mdf-100.html#msg61273
 
hesham said:
hesham said:
Hi,

A further development of the Fokker F-29 was the McDonnell-
Douglas MDF-100.

Hi,

http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/19930021242_1993021242.pdf


That is a picture of the McDonnell Douglas MD-100 that was developed, manufactured, and marketed as the McDonnell Douglas MD-11.
 
hesham said:
Hi Triton,

we had this topic;

http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,1430.msg61273/highlight,mdf-100.html#msg61273

Frustrating because the aircraft was designated the Fokker F.29 and not the Fokker F-29, so I didn't have any hits when I searched. I searched F29 and F.29, never occurred to me to search for F-29. It is not my intention to create duplicate topics in the forum. Can a moderator move the new material to the existing "Fokker airliner projects" topic?
 
All threads never die ;)..

I've just found a more readable drawing of the P.301:

Best regards,
Piotr
 

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Does somebody have a clean 3-view drawing of the F.26?
 
Artist's impression of McDonnell Douglas Fokker MDF-100 circa 1981.

Source:
http://atwonline.com/aircraft-engines-components/news/boeing-focusing-twin-aisle-concept-737-replacement-will-be-announce?cid=nl_atw_dn&YM_RID=lcg@bilrevyen.no
 

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Jemiba said:
I just found the F-29 and the Super F-28 in
AIR INTERNATIONAL .2.80 and Aviation Week 1978 10-18

Super F.28,here is also from Flightglobal.

http://www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/view/1978/1978%20-%202096.html
 

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