Fokker F.XII

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Fokker F.XII
Passagiersvliegtuig op Schiphol Airliner at Schiphol airport.jpg
Role Passenger transport
Manufacturer Fokker
First flight 1930
Retired 1947
Produced 11

The Fokker F.XII was a three-engined high-winged monoplane airliner produced in the 1930s by the Dutch aircraft manufacturer Fokker. Two aircraft were built under license by Danish Orlogsværftet. The first was powered by 347 kW (465 hp) Bristol Jupiter VI radial engines and the second, an improved model, the F.XIIM, was about 20 km/h (12 mph) faster than the Dutch-built F.XIIs.

Operators[edit]

 Denmark
 Dutch East Indies
 Netherlands
 Spain
 Sweden
 United Kingdom

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General characteristics

Performance

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