OE-LVI Austrian Arrows Fokker 100
about the Fokker 100
Fokker was started by the
Dutchman Anthony Fokker in 1912, by the late 1920's Fokker was the
largest aircraft manufacture in the world.
The 107 passenger Fokker 100 airliner was designed as a
replacement for the aging Fokker F28 Fellowship and first entered
service in February 1988, the aircraft remained in production until 1996 when the
Fokker Aircraft Company went into liquidation. The Fokker
100 is powered by Twin Rolls-Royce Tay engines giving a maximum cruising
speed of 845 km/h and a maximum range of 4,300 km.
about Austrian Arrows
Austrian Arrows was formed
1978 as Tyrolean Airways but was re-named in 2003 to Austrian Arrows
five years after it's acquisition by Austrian Airlines in 1998. Austrian Arrows
current airliner fleet consists of Bombardier and Fokker airliners.
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