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Fokker 100

Fokker 100 regional jet

The Fokker 100 ís a regional jet in service with over 40 operators worldwide. The Fokker 100 was manufactured during 1988 through to 1996 and a total of 278 were built.
Prevailing market conditions have made a number of Fokker 100 aircraft available at affordable prices or monthly lease rentals. Favorable operating expenses and substantial revenue potential combine to make the economics of the Fokker 100 very compelling. The Fokker 100 is the natural successor of the F-28 Fellowship and is formally certified as the F-28 Mk0100. 
Go directly to the Fokker 100 specifications:
  • Basics
  • Interior
  • Performance
  • Environment
  • Avionics
  • Operation
  • Availability

FLYFokker for economic sense

The operation of the Fokker 100 is supported by FLYFokker, our full-service Life Cycle Support program. FLYFokker comprises a package of four solutions: Take Off, Take Care, Take Over and Take Next.
Start-up operators can Take Off with their operation in six weeks instead of typically six months. For mature Fokker operators Take Care is a complete solution to increase Technical Dispatch Reliability (TDR), reduce Direct Operating Cost (DOC) and improve passenger comfort. Operators moving to other aircraft types are supported by Fokker Services in the Take Over of the continued competitive operation of their Fokker fleet. The fourth solution is a package for the mean and lean transfer of aircraft to the next operator, entitled Take Next.
Choosing Fokker makes economic sense. This is what existing and start-up operators are saying. Over 200 airlines and operators fly Fokker aircraft. Fokker Services continuously invests in supporting over 600 flying Fokker aircraft across the world for decades to come. For Continued Competitive Operation.

Fokker 100 Basics


 

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Dimensions and areas
Overall length
35.53 m
116.7 ft
Overall height
8.51 m
27.1 ft
Fuselage length
32.50 m
106.8 ft
Fuselage external diameter
3.30 m
10.10 ft
Wing area
93.50 m2
1006.46 ft2
Wing span
28.08 m
92.1 ft
Gear track
5.04 m
16.6 ft
Main entry door,
integral stairs
1.92  x0.86 m
6.4 x 2.9 ft
Main entry door,
forward opening
1.86 x 0.86 m
6.1 x 2.8 ft
Forward Service door 
1.30 x 0.63 m
4.3 x 2.1 ft
Cargo hold doors,
upward opening
1.45 x 1.40 m
4.9 x 4.7 ft
Cargo hold doors,
downward opening
0.90 x 0.95 m
2.9 x 3.1 ft
Cargo holds' volume,
large doors
17.72 m3
591 ft3
Cargo holds' volume,
small doors
17.08 m3
603 ft3
The Fokker 100 offers a choice of 2 MTOWs, and even lower MTOWs are available to take advantage of reduced weight-related costs, such as landing and navigation charges.
Weights
MTOW
45,810 kg*
101,000 lb

44,450 kg
98,000 lb
MLW
39,915 kg
88,000 lb
MZFW
36,740 kg
81,000 lb
Fuel capacity
10,731 kg **
23,660 lb**

10,293 kg
22,690 lb
*  Most aircraft from MSN 11444
** From MSN 11442

Fokker 100 Interior

The Fokker 100 offers flexibility from an all-economy 5-abreast 109 seater at 32 inch pitch to a partially 4-abreast business seating at 40 inch seat pitch. Many alternative and mixed-class seating arrangements are possible. Any arrangement offers a revenue potential unequalled by smaller regional jets.
Fokker 100s formally operated by US Airways have upper deck avionics compartments on both sides of the passenger entry door, increasing forward belly cargo hold space by 3 m3 (100 ft3).
The Fokker 100 is equipped with either a forward-opening passenger door or a downward-opening door with integral stairs. Both are jetway compatible.

Full economy seating, 109 pax @ 31/32 inch seat pitch


Partially business seating, 12 pax @ 40 inch seat pitch and 85 pax @ 32 inch seat pitch



Legend
A Galley
C Flight attendant seat
H/I Jetway adaptor / Integral stairway
T Toilet
W Wardrobe


The passenger cabin is spacious and offers over 2m standing height in the aisle. The cabin is also very quiet due to the aft fuselage engine position, Tay low noise characteristics and clever noise attenuating features. Innovative LED lighting is an optional cabin feature.

Fokker 100 Aircraft Performance

The Fokker 100 is powered by two fuel-efficient and reliable Rolls-Royce Tay 620, or Tay 650 turbofan engines. Fuel burn of the Fokker 100 is low due to the fuel efficient engines and advanced aerodynamic design. The combination of low weight, very good low speed capability and high performance engines results in good short field performance.




Design speeds and ceiling
Cruise speed
M.74
800 KPH
Maximum speed
M.77
856 KPH
Minimum approach speed @ MLW
120 KTS
222 KPH
Ceiling
35,000 ft
10,668 m


Landing field length @ MLW
ISA, Sea Level
1345 m
ISA +10°C, 2000 ft
1405 m

Fokker 100 Environment

The Fokker 100 complies with ICAO Chapter 3 / FAA Stage 3 noise regulations with wide margins, enabling it to meet Chapter 4 as well. The Fokker 100 also complies with the CAEP 4 emission level requirements.



Fokker 100 Avionics

The Fokker 100 comes with a ‘glass cockpit’ equipped with a dual Flight Management System and a fully-integrated automatic flight control system which, as standard, has full flight envelope protection and enables Cat IIIA autoland. Cat IIIB with roll-out guidance is also available.
Full EU-OPS1 requirements are installed on many Fokker 100s or can be made available as approved Service Bulletins.
The Fokker 100 can optionally be equipped with Required Navigation Performance (RNP 0.3) which is coupled to the existing FMC. RNP 0.3 enables shorter routes and optimized approach routings, allowing for shorter approaches and lower decision heights.
RNP reduces weather-related diversions and yields lower block times and fuel, contributing to the environmental friendliness of the Fokker 100.


1 Cockpit voice recorder 8 Fire panels
2 Electrical system 9 Air conditioning
3 Hydraulic system 10 Fuel panel
4 Anti-ice 11 Engine start
5 Lighting 12 Pressurization
6 EFIS control 13 APU
7 Auto pilot system 14 Landing gear


15 Primary flight display 23 Flight management system
16 Navigation display 24 Printer
17 Multi-fuction display 25 Flap selector
18 Speed brake lever 26 Throttles
19 IRS 27 Fuel control
20 Parking brake lever 28 Communication
21 Thrust rating panel 29 Navigation
22 ACARS 30 Trim

Fokker 100 Operation

The Fokker 100 offers the possibility of operating a highly reliable and mature aircraft on short to medium haul routes. The accumulated service experience amounts to more almost 10 million flight hours and landings. Fleet leaders have flown more than 50,000 flying hours. Continuous product improvements are made by Fokker Services based on operator experience and any new regulations. With a design life of 90,000 flying hours or landings the average age is only around 35,000 flying hours or 30,000 landings.
Full scale structural testing of at least 180,000 landings has been carried out with the findings solved early on during production, ensuring very few structure-related ADs in the future.
Based on favorable in-service experience, 6 years and 12 years task intervals are currently in the process of being escalated by 30% for reduced maintenance costs.
Overall, the Fokker 100 is a very mature and reliable aircraft and optimized for high cycle operations.



Fokker 100 aircraft availability

At this moment, various Fokker 100 aircraft are available for sale and/or lease at competitive terms and conditions.
Please contact the Remarketing Support Center for an overview of available aircraft.

Contact
We like to invite you to contact the Remarketing Support Center of Fokker Services on non-committal basis for more detailed information on:
  • the Fokker 50, 70 or 100 aircraft
  • aircraft availability;
  • performance calculations;
  • route analysis;
  • Direct Operating Cost calculations;
  • Aircraft comparisons;
  • Aircraft Lease intelligence;
  • Aircraft values;
Mr. Peter van OostrumDirector Aircraft Remarketing
e-Mail: peter.vanoostrum@fokker.com
Phone: +31 (0)88 6280 477
Mob.:   +31 (0)6 2652 6420
Hoeksteen 40
2132 MS  Hoofddorp
The Netherlands
Mr. Ton van RooijenDirector Remarketing Support Center
e-Mail: ton.vanrooijen@fokker.com
Phone: +31 (0)88 6280 557
Mob.:   +31 (0)6 5340 7709
Hoeksteen 40
2132 MS  Hoofddorp
The Netherlands
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