The Fokker S-11
instructional aircraft was the first post-WWII built by
Fokker. The prototype first flew on Decebmber 18, 1947 from
Schipol Airport in the Netherlands. They were used by the air
forces of six countries and many still fly today. This one
carries the markings of the Royal Netherlands Air Force and is
based at Cable Airport.
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