This model is a REISSUE, previously available on old Ecardmodels store.
The Fokker F.111 was a high-winged, single engined monoplane used mainly as an air transport. Built and taking it’s first flight in 1921, the F.111 accommodated five passengers in the cabin while the pilot sat next to the engine in an open cockpit. Almost 70 aircraft were built primarily used by Deutsche Aero Lloyd and KLM.
This paper model represents the KLM aircraft identified as H-NABR which had crashed on take-off after stalling on July 24, 1928. The pilot and five passengers were on board at the time of the accident. The aircraft was damaged beyond repair and was written off.
Paper Model Details: 95 parts on five pages, including: stacked propeller blades, boxed wheels, internal wing support, integrated tabs and opaque cabin windows.