Fokker Airplanes and Aircrafts

List of all Fokker airplanes and aircraft types, with images, specs, and other information. These active and retired Fokker planes are listed in alphabetical order, but if you're looking for a particular aircraft you can look for it using the "search" bar. The Fokker aircrafts on this list include all planes, jets, helicopters, and other flying vehicles ever made by Fokker. Unless you're an aviation expert you probably can't think of every aircraft made by Fokker, so use this list to find a few popular Fokker planes and helicopters that have been used a lot in the course of history.

List features aircraft like Fokker Dr.I, Fokker D.XXI and more!

This list answers the question, "What aircrafts are made by Fokker?

  • Douglas DC-2
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    The Douglas DC-2 is a 14-seat, twin-engined airliner that was produced by the American company Douglas Aircraft Corporation starting in 1934. It competed with the Boeing 247. In 1935, Douglas produced a larger version called the DC-3, which became one of the most successful aircraft in history.
    • Type: Military transport, Passenger
    • Manufacturer: Fokker, Douglas Aircraft Company
    • Introduced: May 18 1934
    • Length (m): 19.05
    • Wingspan (m): 25.9
    • Accidents: 1936 KLM Croydon accident, American Airways Flight 1
    • Maiden Flight: May 11 1934
  • Fokker A.I

    The Fokker A.I was a two-seat observation aircraft of the 1910s, powered by a 75 kW Oberursel engine. The aircraft resembled the Fokker E.I. The A.IIs were A.Is license-built by Halberstadt. The origins of the A.I, A.II and A.III were in a Morane-Saulnier Type H purchased from France. This led to the Fokker M.5 designed by Kreutzer. Fokker gave many aerobatic demonstrations in the M.5 on the eve of World War I. The M.8, was ordered as the A.I by the Luftstreitkräfte and Fokker produced between 30 and 40 of them.
    • Manufacturer: Fokker
  • Fokker M 10

    The Fokker M 10 was a two-seater reconnaissance / fighter-trainer biplane with single-bay wings equipped with wing-warping controls for roll, powered by a 7-cylinder 80 hp Oberursel U.0 engine. Several M 10 aircraft were purchased by the Imperial and Royal Aviation Troops of Austro Hungary During the First World War the Imperial and Royal Aviation Troops lacked aircraft production capacity, purchasing aircraft from its German ally. In 1916 the Fokker M 10 was acquired in two versions, with single-bay wings as the Fokker M 10E, known to the Luftfahrtruppen as the Fokker B.I, and the Fokker M 10Z, with two-bay wings. The single bay winged M 10E was powered by an 60 kW Oberursel U.0 7-cyl. ...more
    • Manufacturer: Fokker
    • Length (m): 7.49
    • Wingspan (m): 9.93
  • Fokker B.II

    The Fokker B.II was a reconnaissance flying boat built in the Netherlands in 1923 to be used by warships. It was a conventional flying boat design with sesquiplane wings braced with N-struts. The engine was mounted tractor-fashion on the leading edge of the upper wing. Open cockpits were provided for the crew under the upper wing and in a dorsal position amidships. The Royal Dutch Navy tested the prototype, but no production order followed.
    • Manufacturer: Fokker
  • Fokker C.I

    The Fokker C.I was a German reconnaissance biplane under development at the end of World War I. The design was essentially an enlarged Fokker D.VII fighter with two seats and a 138 kW BMW IIIa engine. The C.I was originally developed to sell to the German Army. It never saw service in World War I, but Anthony Fokker managed to smuggle parts out of Germany at the time of the Armistice.
    • Manufacturer: Fokker
    • Length (m): 7.24
    • Wingspan (m): 10.49
  • Fokker C.IV

    The Fokker C.IV was a 1920s Dutch two-seat reconnaissance aircraft designed and built by Fokker.
    • Manufacturer: Fokker