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The Fokker F100 is a short to medium range jet airliner designed by the Dutch aircraft manufacturer Fokker. The project was launched in 1983 as the F28 Mark 0100 and based upon the F28-4000 but with two Rolls-Royce Tay high bypass ratio turbofans, a fuselage stretch and larger wing and horizontal stabilizer as well as the undercarriage being strengthened. Maximum weights were increased and the passenger capacity was increased from 85 to 109.
The flight deck was extensively upgraded with an FMS and EFIS displays. The prototype flew for the first time on 30th November 1986 with entry into service with Swissair in February 1988. Production of the F100 and its smaller sister the F70 ceased in early 1997 after Fokker collapsed.
278 Fokker 100’s were built.