Fokker 70
Fokker 70

Fokker 70. A photo. Video. Driving compartment. Characteristics. 


The Fokker 70 is a two-engine narrow-fuselage passenger airliner designed by the Dutch company Fokker for medium and short-haul airlines. It is a miniature copy of the Fokker 100.

First took off in 1993. Most aircraft of this type are still actively operated, mainly by aviation companies in Europe.

On the roof of one of the terminals on the terrace at Schiphol installed the original Fokker-7. On board you can climb for an excursion to the museum.

The main airline operators are: Air Panama. AirQuarius Aviation. Alliance Airlines. Carpatair. KLM Cityhopper. Tyrolean Airways. Vietnam Airlines. Austrian Airlines.


Fokker 70 Salon

Fokker 70 Salon


Product specifications Fokker 70: 


  • Length: 30,91m.
  • Height: 8,51m.
  • Empty weight: 33565kg.
  • Wingspan: 28,08m.
  • Wing area: 93,5sqm
  • Cruising speed: 800km / h..
  • Maximum speed: 856km / h..
  • Ceiling: 10668m.
  • Flight range with maximum load: 3350 km.
  • Crew: 2 people.
  • Number of seats: 80 places.
  • Capacity: 5670kg.
  • Maximum fuselage width: 3,3m.
  • Normal takeoff weight: 36740kg.
  • Maximum takeoff weight: 41730 kg.
  • Fuel weight in tanks: 10731kg.


Austrian Airlines logoBest places of the cabin Fokker 70 - Austian Airlines


Fokker 70 interior scheme

Fokker 70 interior scheme


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