List of Fokker F27 operators

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Map of F.27 operators:
Light blue = Civil operators
Red = Military operators
Dark blue = Civil and military operators

The following are current and past operators of the Fokker F27:

Civil Operators[edit]

In August 2006 a total of 164 Fokker F27 aircraft (all variants) remain in airline service around the world. Major operators include: Libyan Arab Airlines (14), Merpati Nusantara Airlines (11), WDL Aviation (11) and Mountain Air Cargo (11). Some 43 airlines operate smaller numbers of the type.[1]

 Algeria
 Angola
 Bahrain
 Argentina
 Australia
 Austria
 Bangladesh
 Bolivia
Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg Burma (Also known as Myanmar)
 Brazil
 Canada
 Czech Republic
 Ivory Coast
 Chad
 China
 Cuba
 Democratic Republic of the Congo
 Denmark
 Egypt
 Finland
 France
 Gabon
 Germany
An LTU F-27-200 at Langenhagen Airport in 1964.
 Guinea-Bissau
 Honduras
 Hungary
 Ireland
 Iceland
 India
 Indonesia
 Iran
 Italy
 Japan
 Jordan
 Kenya
 Lesotho
 Libya
 Luxembourg
 Malaysia
 Morocco
 Mexico
 Mozambique
 Burma (Also known as Burma)
A Myanma Airways F-27-600 at Yangon International Airport in 2005.
 Netherlands
 Netherlands Antilles
 Nicaragua
 Nigeria
 New Zealand
 Norway
 Panama
 Papua New Guinea
 Peru
 Philippines
 Portugal
 Puerto Rico
 Somalia
 South Africa
 South Korea
 Spain
An Aviaco F27-400 at Bern Airport in 1982.
 Sudan
 Sri Lanka
  Switzerland
 Tanzania
An Air Tanzania F27-600 at Moi International Airport in 1986.
 Uganda
 United Arab Emirates
An Air UK F27 in 1981 still in basic Air Anglia livery
 United Kingdom
 United States
 Zaire
An Air Zaïre F-27-600 at Faro Airport in 1987.

International[edit]

Denmark/Norway/Sweden
Kenya/Tanzania/Uganda

Military operators[edit]

 Algeria
 Angola
 Argentina
 Australia
 Biafra
 Bolivia
 Burma (Also known as Myanmar)
 Chad
 Ivory Coast
 Ecuador
 Finland
 France
 Ghana
 Guatemala
 Iceland
 India
 Indonesia
 Iran
A Fokker F27 of the Islamic Republic of Iran Navy.
 Italy
 Mexico
 Burma (Also known as Burma)
 Netherlands
 New Zealand
 Nigeria
 North Yemen
 Pakistan
 Peru
 Philippines
 Senegal
 Spain
 Sudan
 Thailand
 United States
 Uruguay
 Yemen

References[edit]

  1. ^ Flight International, 3–9 October 2006
  2. ^ Sloot and Hornstra Air International January 1999, p. 57.
  • Sloot, Emile; Hornstra, Luc (January 1999). "Fueza Aerea Guatamalteca". Air International. Vol. 56 (No. 1): pp. 55–58. 

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