Fokker 130

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NAC Fokker 130NG (Fokker F-28-0130)
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Type Airliner
Configuration Low wing aircraft, Retractable gear aircraft
Propulsion Twinjet (Jet aircraft, Twin-engine aircraft)
Manufacturer Fokker
Author(s) Erik Hofman
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Status Beta
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 Website The website for the NAC Fokker 130NG (Fokker F-28-0130) developments.
 Repository The development repository of the NAC Fokker 130NG (Fokker F-28-0130).
Download Download the NAC Fokker 130NG (Fokker F-28-0130) aircraft package for the current stable release (2020.3).
License GPLv2+

The Fokker 130, previously called Fokker 120NG is an in-development derivative of the Fokker 100 by the Netherlands Aircraft Company (NAC). After being announced first in 1998, it is still being designed to date (July 2020). The twinjet is meant to be a small regional jet, comparable to Bombardier's CRJ-series as well as the somewhat larger Bombardier CSeries and the Embraer E-jets. The planned seating capacity is 130, thus its name.

In FlightGear, the Fokker 130, represented by what is available as pre-prototype information, is available in the Fokker 100 package on FGAddon, along with the Fokker 70. It was first available with Flightgear 0.9.8.


Overall Length 39m (128ft)
Wing Span 28.9m (94ft)
Height 8.49m (28ft)
MTOW 48,208kg (106,280lbs)
Engines 2x Pratt&Whitney PW1x17G with 73128N (16440lb) takeoff thrust
Range 3704km (2000nm)

External Links

Manufacturer's Website