Continuing with the Fokker F27 Fleet Pictures

G BDVS Fokker F27-200 Unknown Location Possibly 1979

G BDVS Fokker F27-200 Unknown Location Possibly 1979

First flew as PH FEX 15 August 1963, delivered as 9M AMM to Malaysia – Singapore Airlines. Returned to Fokker as PH EXC and was restored later as PH FEX. To Bangladesh Biman as S2 ABX. With Air Anglia from March 1976 Shown wearing the hybrid Air Anglia Air UK colours, leased to Loganair August 1987. Broken up at Norwich September 1994. Cockpit at the Flixton museum since 1996. Photo M Winter.

G BDVS Fokker F27–200. Southampton November 1988

G BDVS Fokker F27–200. Southampton November 1988

After the return of the aircraft following the lease to Loganir, it is pictured in this hybrid colour scheme with just the Air UK title logo. Photo Richard Hunt.

G BDVS Fokker F27–200. Edinburgh 1989

G BDVS Fokker F27–200. Edinburgh 1989

Shown wearing the second Air UK colour scheme. Photo David Unsworth.

G BDVT Fokker F27–200 Amsterdam June 1980

G BDVT Fokker F27–200 Amsterdam June 1980

First flew as PH FEY September 1963, delivered as 9M AMN to Malayan Airways, then 9V BAR Malaysia – Singapore Airlines. Returned to Fokker as PH EXD. delivered to Bangladesh Biman as S2 ABL. Air Anglia from 1976, and shown in the Air UK modified first colour scheme. To TF FLS Flugleidir March 1986. Restored to Fokker as PH FEY and leased to Celtic Airways. Then TT WAD with Air Tchad, Chad. Stored Eindhoven then to D BAKH WDL Aviation for parts September 1996, withdrawn Essen-Mulheim, broken up February 2005, cockpit and fuselage FS Tech college, Woensdrecht. Photo Udo Haafke.

G BHMW Fokker F27-200 named Friendship Amy Johnson. Southampton June 1987

G BHMW Fokker F27-200 named Friendship Amy Johnson. Southampton June 1987

First flew as PH FEU 21 June 1963, delivered as JA8619 to All Nippon Airways. Later F BUTA TAT, F OGIF leased Air Guadeloupe. Air UK from September 1980 shown in the first modified colour scheme. Later to D BAKK WDL Aviation August 1984, broken up Essen 1999. Photo Richard Hunt.

G BHMW Fokker F27–200. Named Sir John Hall. London Stansted March 1995

G BHMW Fokker F27–200. Named Sir John Hall. London Stansted March 1995

Shown in the final colour scheme, only a few F27s carried the final colours. Photo David Oates.

G BHMX Fokker F27-200. Named Freddie Truman. Southampton June 1992

G BHMX Fokker F27-200. Named Freddie Truman. Southampton June 1992

First flew as PH FGA 10 September 1964, and delivered as JA8634 to All Nippon Airways. With Touraine Air Transport from April 1973 as F BUFO. Leased to Air Rouergue April 1976 to January 1977. Sold to Air UK in July 1980 and shown wearing the second colour scheme. Withdrawn from use May 1994 and broken up at Norwich December 1996. Photo Richard Hunt.

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