Fokker F27 Friendship
|An F27-200 in Iceland (1989)|
|First flight||24 November 1955|
|Introduction||19 November 1958|
|Status||Out of production, in active service|
-500: US$1.6M (1972)
|Developed into||Fokker 50|
Fokker F27 Friendship is a twin-turboprop airliner built in Netherlands. It was designed to replace Douglas DC-3's airliners. It can carry between 48 and 56 passengers. Fairchild FH-227 is an American licence-built variant, and Fokker 50 is a modernized variant. Some of them were acquired by militaries as cargo aircraft.
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- ↑ "Airliner price index". Flight International. 10 August 1972. p. 183.