No. 6581. Fokker F.28-2000 Fellowship (PH-ZAX c/n 11053)
Photographed at Farnborough, UK, September 1972, by Tony Banham

Fokker F.28-2000 Fellowship

07/07/2007. Remarks by Johan Visschedijk: "This was registered with the export test registration PH-EXF on May 15, 1972 and made its first flight on June 2. It was deregistered on August 18, was painted in the pictured demonstration scheme and registered as PH-ZAX on August 22, 1972. After the Farnborough Air Show it was leased to Nigeria Airways as PH-ZAX and subsequently sold to the airline, the Dutch registration was cancelled on January 5, 1973, and the aircraft was registered in Nigeria as 5N-ANB the following day.

On January 27, 1986 it was registered as F-GDUS to Touraine Air Transport (TAT) of France, being sold and registered to Aviona Leasing on May 29, 1986 and immediately leased back to TAT. On September 18, 1989 it was sold and registered to the leasing company Acti Bail, while still being operated by TAT, also on behalf of Air France. It was sold back to TAT on December 22, 1992, by October 1997 it was sold to Air Liberté. Since February 20, 2001 it has been stored at Orly, Paris."

Created July 7, 2007