ICAO aircraft code F100
Manufacturer Fokker
Country Netherlands
New price USD 30 million

The Fokker 100 is a regional jet produced by Fokker in the Netherlands.
The Fokker 100 is based on the Fokker F28 with a fuselage stretched by 18.8ft (5.7m) to seat up to 109 passengers, up from 85.
It is powered by two newer Rolls-Royce Tay turbofans, and it has an updated glass cockpit and a wider wing and tail for increased maximum weights.
The program was announced in 1983 and it made its maiden flight on 30 November 1986.
The variant was approved on 20 November 1987, and first deliveries to Swissair started in February 1988.
American Airlines ordered 75, TAM Transportes Aéreos Regionais asked for 50, and USAir got 40.
It is the basis of the shorter Fokker 70, which made its first flight in April 1993.
Fokker had financial troubles and went bankrupt in March 1996, and production ended in 1997 after 283 deliveries.
Amsterdam-based Rekkof group wants to restart its production and update it with new engines, but has not reached its goal.
Since the 2000s, airlines have been retiring the aircraft, but large numbers remain in operation in Australia, with smaller numbers in Iran and various other countries.
In July 2019, 101 aircraft remained in airline service, with 19 airlines around the world..

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Fokker 100 Specifications

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General

ICAO aircraft code
F100
Manufacturer
Fokker
Manufactured
1986 - 1997
Country
Netherlands
New purchase price
USD 30 million

Aircraft performance

Avionics:
Rockwell Collins DU-1000 EFIS
Engine:
2x 2 × Rolls-Royce Tay Mk.650 Turbofans
Turbofan
Power:
15,100 pound-force
Max Cruise Speed:
456 Kts
845 Km/h
Approach Speed (Vref):
120 Kts
Travel range:
1,680 Nm
3,111 Kilometers
Fuel Economy:
0.48 Nm / gallon
0.235 Km / liter
Service Ceiling:
35,000 feet
Rate of Climb:
3000 feet / minute
15.24meter / second
Take Off Distance:
1855 meter - 6,085.88 feet
Landing Distance:
1320 meter - 4,330.66 feet

Weight & dimensions

Max Take Off Weight:
45,810 Kg
100,993 lbs
Max Landing Weight:
39,915 Kg
87,997 lbs
Max Payload:
11,993 Kg
26,440 lbs
Fuel Tank Capacity:
3,531 gallon
13,366 liter
Baggage Volume:
24 m3 / 848 ft3

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About the Fokker 100

The Fokker 100 is a regional jet produced by Fokker in the Netherlands.
The Fokker 100 is based on the Fokker F28 with a fuselage stretched by 18.8ft (5.7m) to seat up to 109 passengers, up from 85.
It is powered by two newer Rolls-Royce Tay turbofans, and it has an updated glass cockpit and a wider wing and tail for increased maximum weights.

The program was announced in 1983 and it made its maiden flight on 30 November 1986.
The variant was approved on 20 November 1987, and first deliveries to Swissair started in February 1988.
American Airlines ordered 75, TAM Transportes Aéreos Regionais asked for 50, and USAir got 40.
It is the basis of the shorter Fokker 70, which made its first flight in April 1993.
Fokker had financial troubles and went bankrupt in March 1996, and production ended in 1997 after 283 deliveries.
Amsterdam-based Rekkof group wants to restart its production and update it with new engines, but has not reached its goal.

Since the 2000s, airlines have been retiring the aircraft, but large numbers remain in operation in Australia, with smaller numbers in Iran and various other countries.
In July 2019, 101 aircraft remained in airline service, with 19 airlines around the world.

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