From Scramble - The Aviation Magazine
To commemorate Fokker's thirty years of aircraft manufacture in the Netherlands, they were granted the title "Royal Dutch Aircraft Manufacturer Fokker" on 21/07/1949.
Until production ended after Fokker collapsed due to financial problems on March 15, 1996, Fokker have developed and constructed over 100 different types of aircraft, both for military and civil aviation.
Part of the former Fokker business (including the site at Woensdrecht) was taken over by Stork.
Some of the types this manufacturer has produced:
- Fokker F.XVIII
- Fokker F.XXXVI
- Fokker F25 Promotor
- Fokker F27
- Fokker F28
- Fokker S-11
- Fokker S-14
- Fokker 50
- Fokker 60
- Fokker 70
- Fokker 100
Some of the types this manufacturer produced under license: