Fokker, Anthony H. G. (Anthony Herman Gerard), 1890-1939 Search this
23 Cubic feet ((5 records center boxes) (39 legal document boxes))
Scope and Contents:
This collection contains information on the later aircraft models produced by Fokker, mostly from their PropJetLine and JetLine product lines. The following types of materials are included: 20 films and video tapes; comparison reports with competitors' short and medium haul airliners; brochures and information sheets on competitors; color photographs and slides of Fokker aircraft; marketing brochures and information sheets on Fokker aircraft; information on airlines (mostly United States' airlines), including timetables and annual reports; and flight manuals for competitors' aircraft. Material on the following competitor companies is included in this collection: Aerospatiale, Airbus, ATR, Avro, Boeing, British Aerospace, Canadair, CASA, de Havilland, Dornier, Embraer, Fairchild, Ilyushia, LET, McDonnell Douglas, SAAB and Shorts.
Biographical / Historical:
Fokker B.V., the Netherlands Aerospace Company, was founded on July 21, 1919 by Anthony Fokker, the legendary aviation pioneer. Fokker airliners have contributed significantly to the development of commercial aviation. During the last few decades Fokker has specialized in the development, production, and support of short to medium haul airliners. Fokker B.V. went bankrupt during the late Spring of 1996.
Terry Stone/Fokker Aircraft, USA, Inc., gift, 1996, 1996-0044, unknown
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