The Fokker 50
The Fokker 50 is a regional turboprop aircraft of which a total of 208 were built until 1997 by the Fokker Aircraft Company. It was the natural successor of the F-27 Friendship.
Designed with a life of 90,000 landings, many Fokker 50s are currently in service with close to 30 operators worldwide in all types of operational environments. The versatile Fokker 50 is in use as a 50-seat passenger aircraft and 7-ton freighter, as well as a special mission aircraft with several governments. Various operators have indicated to keep their Fokker 50s in service beyond 2030.
Comprehensive support for the Fokker 50 continues to be available from Fokker Services and other companies.
The Fokker 50 seats 46 to 56 passengers at a comfortable seat pitch. Latest technology slim backrest seats may be installed, decreasing weight and increasing effective seat pitch by up to 2 inches (5 cm).
Ample overhead bin and wardrobe space is available.
The spacious cabin cross-section has a wide aisle. The seat width is typically the same as Boeing 737s.
Optional LED lighting enhances the passenger experience and cuts down on weight and maintenance costs.
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The Fokker 70
The Fokker 70 is a regional aircraft developed from the Fokker 100. Both aircraft have a large systems commonality and pilots share the same type rating.
From 1994 until 1997, 47 aircraft were built by the Fokker Aircraft Company.
A sophisticated flight deck and avionics, good performance and low noise and engine emissions continue to make the Fokker 70 a versatile and cost-effective 80-seater. Designed with a life of 90,000 landings, most Fokker 70s are currently in service with ten operators around the world in all types of operational environments. The Fokker 70 is in use as a passenger aircraft and as a VIP aircraft, serving Heads of State.
Various operators have indicated to keep their Fokker 70s in service beyond 2030.
Comprehensive support for the Fokker 70 is available from Fokker Services and other companies.
While various pre-owned Fokker 70s have been traded, it is expected that the Fokker 70 will continue
to remain available for sale by their current owners, typically at affordable prices.
The Fokker 70 seats up to 80 passengers mostly at a comfortable 32in (81cm) seat pitch. Ample overhead bin and wardrobe space is available and up to two lavatories and/or full-size hot galleys may be installed. Many alternative seating arrangements are possible, e.g. a combined mixed class configuration with 12 First and 60 Economy class seats with full hot galleys.
Passengers benefit from the low cabin noise levels and fresh air: no recirculation of cabin air is used.
Passengers also have the choice between two-abreast or three-abreast seating and seats. The cabin is spacious and offers a standing height in the aisle of over 2m.
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The L 410
The L 410 is an all-metal, high-wing turboprop aircraft that is exceptionally reliable and safe to
operate even in extreme climatic conditions. It is used in more than 60 countries across five
continents, with the majority operating in Russia, followed by Africa, Southeast Asia, South America
and Europe. Since 1969, more than 1,200 L 410 aircraft have been manufactured.
• Designed for short take-off and landing (STOL)
• Low operating and maintenance costs
• Excellent performance in hot temperatures and high altitude conditions
• Operates in extreme weather conditions (-50 °C to +50 °C)
• Varieties of equipment, options to have special interchangeable configurations
• Large cargo hold
• Safe operation
• The most spacious passenger cabin in its category