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Fokker 50

Fokker 50 regional turbo-prop

The Fokker 50 is a regional turbo-prop aircraft of which a total of 208 were built until 1997 by the Fokker Aircraft Company. It is the natural successor of the ubiquitous F-27 Friendship. Dutch certification of the Fokker 50, which is formally the F-27 Mk050, was obtained in 1987 and the FAA Type Certificate was issued in 1989. The aircraft is currently in service with close to forty operators on all five continents.
Prevailing market conditions have made Fokker 50 aircraft available at affordable prices or montly lease rentals. Many of these aircraft have previously been operated by European flag carriers and represent exceptional quality and value. The Fokker 50 is a very reliable and mature aircraft with low operating expenses and this, combined with its high payload capability, makes for outstanding economics.
Go directly to the Fokker 50 specifications:
  • Basics
  • Interior
  • Performance
  • Environment
  • Avionics
  • Operation
  • Availability


The Fokker50 is available as an effective platform for P2F conversion. Many Fokker50Freighters in operation have already clearly proven to be a reliable and efficient cargo turboprop alternative. The large lefthand forward cargo door (2.34 m x 1.77 m, the same size as the F-27 door, but with a larger clear opening) and cabin flexibility allow cargo of all sizes and weights to be transported.

FLYFokker for economic sense

The operation of the Fokker 50 is supported by FLYFokker, our full-service Life Cycle Support program. FLYFokker comprises a package of four solutions: Take Off, Take Care, Take Over and Take Next.
Start-up operators can Take Off with their operation in six weeks instead of typically six months. For mature Fokker operators Take Care is a complete solution to increase Technical Dispatch Reliability (TDR), reduce Direct Operating Cost (DOC) and improve passenger comfort. Operators moving to other aircraft types are supported by Fokker Services in the Take Over of the continued competitive operation of their Fokker fleet. The fourth solution is a package for the mean and lean transfer of aircraft to the next operator, entitled Take Next.
Choosing Fokker makes economic sense. This is what existing and start-up operators are saying. Over 200 airlines and operators fly Fokker aircraft. Fokker Services continuously invests in supporting over 600 flying Fokker aircraft across the world for decades to come. For Continued Competitive Operation.

Fokker 50 basics


Dimensions and areas
Overall length
25.25 m
82.83 ft
Overall height
8.32 m
27.28 ft
Fuselage length
25.25 m
82.83 ft
Fuselage width
2.70 m
8.86 ft
Wing area
70 m2
754 ft2
Wing span
29.00 m
95.15 ft
Gear track
7.20 m
23.62 ft
Main entrance door
1.79 x 0.76 m
70 x 30 in
Forward cargo door
1.27 x 0.61 m
50 x 24 in
Aft cargo door
1.27 x 0.86 m
50 x 34 in
Aft service/emergency door
1.27 x 0.61 m
50 x 24 in

The Fokker 50 offers a choice of design weights to suit all operators needs: increased range through higher MTOW or reduced navigation and landing charges with standard MTOW / MLW and higher payload offered by the higher MZFW and MLW.
20,820 kg
45,900 lb

19,950 kg
43,980 lb
20,030 kg
44,160 lb*

19,730 kg
43,500 lb

19,500 kg
42,990 lb
18,900 kg
41,665 lb*

18,600 kg
41,000 lb
Fuel capacity
4,120 kg
9,090 lb
Payload typically
5,500 kg
12,125 lb
* combined optional S/B

Fokker 50 interior

Typically the Fokker 50 offers space for 46 to 56 passengers at a comfortable seat pitch. Ample overhead bin and wardrobe space is provided. The cabin cross-section is spacious and comparable to the Boeing 737 or 757, unlike cramped 3-abreast regional jets and turboprops.

Tourist configuration, 56 pax at 30 inch seat pitch


Commuter configuration, 50 pax at 32 inch seat pitch


Business configuration, 46 pax at 34 inch seat pitch


A Galley
B Toilet compartment
C Flight attendant seat
D Optional attendant seat
E Passenger door
F Forward cargo door
G Rear cargo door
H Galley service door
J Carry-on baggage compartment
K Forward cargo compartment
L Rear cargo compartment

Cabin noise levels are extremely low, typically below 77 dB (A) throughout larger parts of the cabin (depending on flight stage). These low noise levels are achieved through features that include slow-turning, 6-bladed propellers and vibration absorbers. No cumbersome active noise control is used. In fact, the Fokker 50 is quieter than many regional jets and turboprops.
Passengers flying the Fokker 50 – especially in the tropics – also benefit from the generous air-conditioning capabilities that are unequalled in its class. The Fokker 50 has the most headroom of any turboprop with 1.96 m standing height.

Fokker 50 high performance

The Fokker 50 long-range capability enables a wide variety of destinations and extends to long-range charter flights. Most Fokker 50 are powered with cost effective PW125B engines. Various Fokker 50 are powered by up-rated hot & high performance PW127B engines.
The high MLW and low fuel burn enable 500 nm out-and-return flights to remote destinations without fuel supply, unequalled by contemporary turboprops. Alternatively, up to 3 flights of 230 nm range can be made with a full passenger payload without refuelling: a truly outstanding multi-hop capability.

The Fokker 50 has first-rate short field performance, which includes London City steep-approach capability. Exterior noise levels well below Chapter 3 allow virtually unlimited airport access.
The Fokker 50 also has an excellent performance record with operations from unpaved runways. Together with its low runway bearing strength requirements it can serve an even wider scope of airfields. 

Design speeds and ceiling
Cruise speed
270 KTAS
500 KPH
Maximum speed
230 KCAS
Minimum approach speed
100 KTS
185 KPH
25,000 ft
7,620 m

Landing field length @ MLW
ISA, Sea Level
1130 m
ISA +10°C, 2000 ft
1180 m

Fokker 50 environmental pollution

Due to the fuel efficient PW125B engines, the Fokker 50 noise and environmental pollution levels are well within the current legislative requirements. The Fokker 50 even meets Chapter 4 noise requirements and CAEP 6 emission requirements.

Fokker 50 Advanced Avionics

The Fokker 50 features a 'dark cockpit' philosophy. It comes equipped with an Electronic Flight Instrument System and an Automatic Flight Control System which is certified to Cat II approach limits. The sophisticated Integrated Alerting System, providing three prioritized levels of warning, single lever operation of the propeller pitch and unique engine power management control, both contribute to reduced pilot workload. As such, the Fokker 50 is easy to fly and an excellent entry-level large turboprop.
Full EU-OPS1 requirements as well as UNS-1 series NMS are installed on many Fokker 50s or can be made available as approved Service Bulletins.

1 Cockpit voice recorder 9 Landing gear
2 Fire control 10 Hydraulics
3 Electrical system 11 Air conditioning
4 Pressurization 12 Fuel panel
5 Lighting 13 Propeller
6 EFIS control 14 Anti-icing
7 Navigation 15 Engine
8 Auto pilot system 16 APU (optional)

17 Primary flight display 25 Auto Pilot controller
18 Navigation display 26 Cockpit lighting
19 Central annunciator panel 27 Engine instruments
20 Engine rating select panel 28 Weather radar
21 Navigation management 29 Fuel levers
22 Audio control 30 Flap selector
23 Trim 31 Power levers
24 Communication 32 Navigation

Fokker 50 Operation

Operators use the Fokker 50 on networks with as many as 10 landings per day. The fleet leader has made over 60,000 landings and this is illustrative of the durability of the aircraft. Reliable systems and extensive operating experience combine to create impressive technical dispatch reliability with many operators significantly above 99%. The mature Fokker 50 ensures trouble-free operations for at least the next two decades.
The Fokker 50s structure is based on over forty years of experience with the unsurpassed F27 Friendship. Extensive use of composite materials, large-scale use of hot-bonded structures and comprehensive anti-corrosion treatment pay off in the Fokker 50 economic repair life of 90,000 landings.

Fokker 50 aircraft availability

At this moment, various Fokker 50 aircraft are available for sale at competitive terms and conditions. Fokker 50s are also available for lease.
Please contact the Remarketing Support Center for an overview of available Fokker 50 with PW125B or PW127B engines.
We like to invite you to contact the Remarketing Support Center of Fokker Services on non-committal basis for more detailed information on:
  • the Fokker 50, 70 or 100 aircraft
  • aircraft availability;
  • performance calculations;
  • route analysis;
  • Direct Operating Cost calculations;
  • Aircraft comparisons;
  • Aircraft Lease intelligence;
  • Aircraft values;
Mr. Peter van OostrumDirector Aircraft Remarketing
Phone: +31 (0)88 6280 477
Mob.:   +31 (0)6 2652 6420
Hoeksteen 40
2132 MS  Hoofddorp
The Netherlands
Mr. Ton van RooijenDirector Remarketing Support Center
Phone: +31 (0)88 6280 557
Mob.:   +31 (0)6 5340 7709
Hoeksteen 40
2132 MS  Hoofddorp
The Netherlands

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