The Fokker 50 is a turboprop-powered airliner manufactured and supported by Dutch aircraft manufacturer Fokker. It was designed as an improved version of the successful Fokker F27 Friendship. In March 1996, production of the Fokker 50 was terminated as a consequence of Fokker itself having been forced into a state of bankruptcy.

During 1997, as a result of the company having entered into liquidation, the final Fokker 50 aircraft was delivered that year. By the end of the program, a total of 213 Fokker 50s had been completed.

Able to carry up to 62 passengers, the Fokker 50 can still fly in and out of most airports worldwide, including those with unpaved runways. The plane possesses excellent short-field performance and can make steep approaches to airports.


Fokker 50 Power Plant
Fokker 50 Landing Gear
Fokker 50 Integrated Alerting Unit
Fokker 50 Ice and Rain Protection
Fokker 50 Hydraulics
Fokker 50 Fuel
Fokker 50 Flight controls and flaps
Fokker 50 Flight Navigation Instruments
Fokker 50 Flight Navigation Data Systems
Fokker 50 Fire Protection
Fokker 50 Electrical system
Fokker 50 Bleed air system
Fokker 50 Automatic Flight Control System
Fokker 50 Aircraft General
Fokker 50 Air Conditioning and Pressurization
Fokker 50 APU

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