Fokker 50 regional turbo-prop

The Fokker 50 is a regional turbo-prop aircraft of which a total of 208 were built until 1997 by the Fokker Aircraft Company. It has been the natural successor of the ubiquitous F-27 Friendship. Most Fokker 50s are currently still in service with close to forty operators worldwide.

Prevailing market conditions have made Fokker 50 aircraft available at affordable prices or montly lease rentals. Many of these aircraft have previously been operated by European flag carriers and represent exceptional quality and value. The Fokker 50 is a very reliable and mature aircraft with low operating expenses and this, combined with its high payload capability, makes for outstanding economics.

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The Fokker50 is available as an effective platform for P2F conversion. Many Fokker50Freighters in operation have already clearly proven to be a reliable and efficient cargo turboprop alternative. The large lefthand forward cargo door (2.34 m x 1.77 m, the same size as the F-27 door, but with a larger clear opening) and cabin flexibility allow cargo of all sizes and weights to be transported. For more information please visit:

FLYFokker for economic sense

The operation of the Fokker 50 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.