Tango-Bravo
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"New" F100s In Europe - Where From?

Wed Jan 05, 2005 8:19 am

Several new and existing airlines in Europe have become first-time Fokker 100s in the recent past. Names that come to mind are Air-Berlin, Air Montenegro, Austrian Arrows (Tyrolean), EU Fly, Helvetica, Germania and KLM Cityhopper. Since it has been something like 10 years since the last new F100 rolled off the assembly line, from what source(s) have these airlines acquired their second-hand Fokker 100s?

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RE: "New" F100s In Europe - Where From?

Wed Jan 05, 2005 8:23 am

I believe I saw in Airways or Airliners, can't remember which - maybe both - some are coming from US. I'd suspect some have come from AA also.

I'm not home until Thursday, so I can't give you the exact reference . . . sorry.
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RE: "New" F100s In Europe - Where From?

Wed Jan 05, 2005 10:50 am

Tango-Bravo,
Airlinerlist has complete individual aircraft histories for most types (including F28/70/100) which download and unzip into Excel spreadsheet flies - very accurate and informative. The best free aircraft/fleet info available.

You should be easily able to search and trackdown the history of each aircraft...
 
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RE: "New" F100s In Europe - Where From?

Wed Jan 05, 2005 7:00 pm

Two F100's left MHV 12/17/04 to Trade Air in Croatia.......................would these be the two you are referring to?

N1424M (11407) and N1431B (11416) both ex-AA.

Info courtesy of:

http://www.cactuswings.com/

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RE: "New" F100s In Europe - Where From?

Wed Jan 05, 2005 7:19 pm

Helvetic acquired their F100 from AA


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And I believe some of KLM cityhopper's are leased from bmi, but please correct me if I'm wrong.

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RE: "New" F100s In Europe - Where From?

Wed Jan 05, 2005 7:26 pm

OS took theirs out of the desert.

They are ex-AA F100´s.
Germania Express has US F100´s as far as I know.
 
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RE: "New" F100s In Europe - Where From?

Wed Jan 05, 2005 10:23 pm

EU-Jet's F100s are ex-TAM and ex-Gill Airways.
Germania's F100s are indeed ex-US Airways.
Air Berlin's F100s are leased from Germania, so they're ex-US as well.
Montenegro Airlines' F100 additions are ex-TAM and I think also ex-Gill Airways.

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