Fokker F.II

Airliner

Fokker F-II (F-2) KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines H-NABC Replica © Karsten Palt
Photo ©: Karsten Palt
The Fokker F.II is a single-engine five-seat airliner developed by the German manufacturer Fokker Aeroplanbau GmbH. Production was carried out by Fokker Aeroplanbau, Fokker, N.V. Koninklijke Nederlandsche Vliegtuigenfabriek and the German airline Deutsche Aero Lloyd as the Fokker-Grulich F.II.
The majority of the F.II production was performed by Deutsche Aero Lloyd, the predecessor of the German Luft Hansa, in Berlin-Staaken. The Fokker-Grulich F.II had an enclosed cockpit.
Crew1
Passengers4
Propulsion1 Piston Engine
Engine ModelBMW IIIa
Engine Power136 kW182 hp
max. Cruise Speed120 km/h65 kts
  75 mph
max. Speed (vne)150 km/h81 kts
  93 mph
Service Ceiling4.000 m13.123 ft
Range1.200 km648 NM
746 mi.
Empty Weight1.200 kg2.646 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight1.900 kg4.189 lbs
Wing Span16,10 m52 ft 10 in
Wing Area38,2 m411 ft
Length11,65 m38 ft 3 in
Height3,20 m10 ft 6 in
First Flight10/1919
Production Statusout of production
Total Production>30
Data for (Version)Fokker F.II
VariantsFokker F.II, F.IIb, Fokker-Grulich F.II, F.IIb