Fokker 100

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Fokker 100 (F-28-0100)
FGAddon
Fokker100.jpg
Type Airliner
Configuration Low wing aircraft, Retractable gear aircraft
Propulsion Twinjet (Jet aircraft, Twin-engine aircraft)
Manufacturer Fokker
Author(s)
  • Erik Hofman
  • Isaias Prestes
  • Michel Maia
  • Thomas Ito-Haigh
FDM JSBSim
--aircraft= fokker100
Status Beta
 FDM Stars-3.png
 Systems Stars-1.png
 Cockpit Stars-2.png
 Model Stars-4.png
Development
 Website The website for the Fokker 100 (F-28-0100) developments.
 Repository The development repository of the Fokker 100 (F-28-0100).
Download Download the Fokker 100 (F-28-0100) aircraft package for the current stable release (2020.1).
License GPLv2+
Wikipedia Fokker 100 This is a link to a Wikipedia article

The Fokker 100, officially called Fokker F28 Mark 0100 is a twin-engine passenger jet that was built by the Dutch aircraft company Fokker until it went defunct in 1996. It features a narrow body, T-tail configuration and digital avionics. Although it was originally used by almost every major airline, only 128 aircraft remain in operation today, mostly with Australian and some Asian airlines.

In FlightGear, the Fokker100 package, available since version 0.9.8, also includes the Fokker 70 and Fokker 130.

Specifications [1]

Overall Length [2] 32.5 m (107 ft)
Wing Span [3] 28.08 m (92 ft)
Height [4] 8.50 m (28 ft)
MTOW Between 40,995 kg (90,375 lbs) and 44,450 kg (98,000 lbs)
Engines 2x Rolls-Royce Tay 620-15 with 61,610 N (13,850 lb) takeoff thrust 2x Rolls-Royce Tay 650-15 with 67,170 N (15,100 lb) takeoff thrust
Range [5] 2,450 km (1,323 nm) 3,170 km (1,710 nm)

External Links

  1. EASA Type Certificate Data Sheet (TCDS)
  2. aer.ita.br (archived on web.archive.org)
  3. aer.ita.br (archived on web.archive.org)
  4. aer.ita.br (archived on web.archive.org)
  5. Wikipedia