F-28 Fokker Piedmont Airlines model. Announced by Fokker in April 1962, production was a collaboration between a number of European companies, namely Fokker, MBB of Germany, Fokker-VFW (also of Germany), and Short Brothers of United Kingdom. There was also government money invested in the project, with the Dutch government providing 50% of Fokker's stake and the German government having 60% of the 35% German stake. In terms of responsibility for production, Fokker designed and built the nose section, centre fuselage and inner wing, MBB/Fokker-VFW constructed the forward fuselage, rear fuselage and tail assembly, and Shorts designed and built the outer wings.
Final assembly of the Fokker F28 was at Schiphol Airport in Netherlands.
Mahogany wood. Wingspan 15 1/2 inches, Length 18 inches.