had nothing to do, so I went in my archive to find you some answers...
Swissair was in the early eighties one of the airlines who was consulted frequently by Fokker when developing the new Fokker 100. Swissair wanted a fuel and noice efficient 100-seater and Fokker was developing a new one from the good old F28 Fellowship. The design and specifications of the Fokker 100 was changed often on request by Swissair, which resulted in some delays in the development. As a result of working closely on the biggest Fokker ever, Swissair became one of the launch customers and also was the first airline to take the Fokker 100 into service in 1988.
-IVA, delivered 29-02-1988, withdrawn from use 13-11-1995.
-IVB, delivered 21-04-1988, withdrawn from use 25-11-1995.
-IVC, delivered 01-06-1988, withdrawn from use 24-08-1996.
-IVD, delivered 14-07-1988, withdrawn from use 01-06-1996.
-IVE, delivered 12-08-1988, withdrawn from use 03-02-1996.
-IVF, delivered 16-09-1988, withdrawn from use 04-05-1996.
-IVG, delivered 21-10-1988, withdrawn from use 31-08-1996.
-IVH, delivered 24-11-1988, withdrawn from use 17-09-1996*
-IVH made a special farewell Fokker 100 flight on 19-12-1996.
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Swissair decided to withdrawn the Fokkers from use because they outsourced their regional operations to Crossair who were operating the BAe146 at that time and aquired newly BAe RJ
's after a contest between BAe (RJ85 & RJ100 and Fokker (F70/F100). The contest was held because Crossair wanted to operate one type of regional jet.
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