Fokker 100 Aircraft

Fokker 100

The Fokker 100 is a medium-sized, twin-turbofan jet airliner from Fokker. Upon introduction, the type possessed low operational costs and had scant competition in the 100-seat short-range class of regional airliner, which contributed to strong sales during the late 1980s. It was the largest jet airliner built by Fokker before its bankruptcy in 1996.



Specifications

The design of the Fokker 100 was announced in 1983 as an upgraded replacement of its already outdated commercial jet F28 Fellowship. Although most parts between the two aircraft are different, the Fokker 100 has been certified by the FAA - Federal Aviation Administration as Fokker 28-0100. The most notable distinction was the considerably longer fuselage, which increased the number of seats by 65%, going from 65 in the original F28 series to about 108 single-class, triple and twin seats.

Fokker also introduced a redesigned wing for the 100, which guaranteed a gain in efficiency of up to 32% on cruise flights. Fokker opted for the economical and modern Rolls-Royce Tay turbofan engines, while the cabin was enhanced with an EFIS instrument package.

Technical Crew: Two
Seating Capacity: 122 (1 class - maximum)
Length: 35.53 m
Wingspan: 28.08 m
Wing Area: 93.5 m²
Height 8.50: m
Diameter of the fuselage: 3,30 m
Cabin width: 3,10 m
Height of Cabin: 2.01 m
Basic Operating Weight: 24 375 kg (53 738 lb) 24 541 kg (54 104 lb)
Maximum Take-off Weight: 43,090 kilograms (94 997 lb) 45,810 kilograms (100,994 lb)
Payload: 11 242 kilograms (24 784 lb) 11 993 kilograms (26 440 lb)
Maximum Cruising Speed: ​​845 km / h (525 mph, 456 knots), Mach 0.77
Range (MTOW): 1,323 nm (2,450 km) 1,710 nm (3,170 km)
Required Track: (MTOW) 1,520 m 1,621 m
Fuel Capacity: 13,365 L
Operating Ceiling: 35,000 feet (11,000 m)
Engines: (2x) Rolls-Royce Tay Mk 620-15 Rolls-Royce Tay Mk 650-15

TAM Airlines livery: Credits goes to Morio/ Commins Wikimedia



Liveries for Fokker 100 in Infinite Flight

Air Berlin
American Airlines
Avianca Brasil
Korean Air
Swissair
TAM Airlines
US Airways
Qantas Link
Alliance Airlines
KLM



So that was my aircraft request, I hope everyone likes it! :D

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Yes I want this. It would be great.

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Sorry, but Duplicate.

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This topic has more information

The mods should close the other one

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This post has much more info and the other one is very old. They should close the other one

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Let the mods decide.

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didnt KLM operate the Fokker 100? Or was it only the Fokker 70?

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What about Alliance Airlines?

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KLM operated the Fokker 70 and Fokker 100

Thats what I thought, they were beautiful aircraft until KLM retired them

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Yeah, they were beautiful aircrafts

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Hmm nice, but one would say it looks like the B717. How about the Fokker 50 instead?

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For future reference, be make sure you have mods close an old feature request before making a new one. Thanks!

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